Almost any horse lover will be excited to unwrap a lovely 2009 horse calendar on Christmas morning.
Horses in 2009
I did some homework to find the best horse calendars out there for the coming year. This is a gift that can be appreciated all year long.
A calendar isn’t a particularly original gift, but if you spend a few bucks (or a little bit of time) you can make it a memorable one.
Quick (& Cheap) Ways to Personalize a Calendar
- Include a calendar frame.
- Mark important days (like their horse’s birthday) with cute stickers.
- Tie a blue ribbon around a cool horse pen to hang nearby.
- Enclose a clever wall hook for hanging.
Now that you know how to customize, here are some of the best to choose from.
Definitely one of the most beautiful horse calendars out there, photographer Tim Flach does an amazing job of capturing the spirit of Equus.
A good way to spread the word about endangered horse breeds and celebrate the fragile beauty of rare animals.
A romantic vision of horses through the lens of the award-winning photographer Mark J. Barrett.
Every horse lover appreciates the noble spirit of wild horses. Out of all of the wild horse calendars out there, I think this one has the best images.
Fun for horse lovers of all ages and levels, every month this calendar offers a charming life’s lesson straight from the horse’s mouth.
Perfect for a beginner rider who is still learning. Every month this calendar offers a simple explanation for different horse behavior.
The great thing about a calendar featuring horse women is that it is a universally pleasing idea. Men love the idea of beautiful women and their horses, and women like to celebrate fellow female horse lovers. Everyone’s happy.
Great for the little ones (or even big pony lovers), this calendar focuses on the many beautiful ponies of the world.
Horses seem to get along with almost everyone, anyone in the barn that is. A fun way to celebrate the friendship between horses and their (often remarkable) barn buddies.
Give someone a horse a day, all year long with a different kind of calendar. It’s a little bigger, but that’s so they could fit more horse pictures on it.
By nature baby animals are cute, but any horse person will tell you that colts and fillies are the cutest. This calendar features great shots of equine youngsters.
Now that you are armed with some cool calendars and some easy ideas, get cracking, Christmas is just around the corner.