The holidays are upon us and it is time to start thinking about what you want to get for the horse lover in your life.
All Kinds of Horse Gifts
I did some research and came up with some of the best gifts I could find online to help get you started. I’ve separated them into 4 sections, the essentials, fun stuff, horse gifts for the kid in all of us, 2009 calendars and something for the guys.
Especially for Horse Owners
This post is dedicated to the essentials, gifts that almost any horse lover will appreciate and smile every time they use.
First Aid Kit
One of the most important gifts you could give any equestrian, an all in one horse first aid kit will always come in handy.
The Horse Aid kit is vet approved, includes a horse first aid book and comes wrapped in a tough bag that fits neatly into a saddlebag.
Probably the second most useful gift for horse people is a grooming kit that comes with all of the necessary basics.
This set includes everything a good groom needs all packaged in a matching bag for easy storage and transport, very handy.
While you are at it, you might want to include this handy grooming belt.
Perfect for those who want to save their back by keeping everything within arms reach while grooming.
Horses For Dummies
We can all learn something new, so whether your horse friend is a novice or a pro, they are sure to get a kick out of Horses for Dummies.
The book offers practical horse advice and tips laid out in a book that is easy to navigate and digest.
Any horse owner knows that you are never prepared for your vet bill, (they should stamp ‘sit down before opening‘ on the envelopes).
This gift is a cute way to stash money for the inevitable. Give your horse lover a vet fee pot, and stick a few dollars in there to get them started.
Riding crops are an unfortunate essential, but an essential nonetheless.
Make your horse friend smile every time they have to hold one of these fun with these adorable hand shaped riding bats.
Make your favorite horse person laugh all summer with this clever fly mask. An essential in hot weather climates, this is a toxic-free way to keep insects away from equine eyes.
In fact, why not give one to your own horse too.
Not everyone understands horses well enough to respect their jumpy nature, keeping vehicles at a snails pace around stable areas is a difficult task.
A clever spin on the stop sign, this whoa sign will get people’s attention and keep them moving slower around your favorite barn or stable.
All kinds of horse lovers can use more hooks; bridles, halters, chaps, equipment there is never a shortage of things to hang in the horse world.
These hooks are a useful way to dress up any tack room (or bedroom, or living room, or bathroom…).
A must have for any female horse lover, simply because everyone loves a cowgirl.