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10 Horse Gifts: Every Horse's Christmas Wish List

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What can you get the horse that has everything for Christmas? The first thing that comes to mind is of course FOOD related, but what is something unique and fun to give this Christmas? Check out the below horse gift ideas for items we know your horse will LOVE:

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  1. A Personal Massage: YES horses love getting massages too! Check out this neat Roma Massage Rubber Mitt which has grooming capabilities on one side and small roller balls on the other, which are perfect for giving them a nice massage. Your horse will thank you! CLICK HERE for more info on this special curry (comes in several colors).

  2. Hands On Grooming: what's nice after a roller massage? Getting a nice rub down with some grooming gloves by your owner of course! HandsOn Grooming Gloves have unique scrubbing nodules on the fingers angrooming glooves 2.jpgd palms to massage your horse's muscles, help stimulate circulation, and distribute natural oils for a healthy skin and coat. PLUS you get to use your hands! CLICK Corona_Detangler.pngHERE to learn more about these neat gloves.

  3. Shiny Coat: Help your horse look his best during the Holidays! Corona Detangler & Shine works quickly to loosen tangles and soften hair. Plus it helps repel dust, dirt and stains and has a wonderful scent! You will find this item will quickly become a staple for your horse grooming supplies. CLICK HERE to find a dealer carrying it near you!

  4. Christmas Fleece Halter halter.jpgKit: Make your horse's current halter look a bit more festive with this Holiday Halter Kit. This 3-peice set with bells easily attaches with the included "quick-grip" fasteners and is AFFORDABLE. When the Holidays are over, simply remove the attachments and save them for next year!  CLICK HERE to learn more about this neat halter accessory (P.S. there are more matching accesories for your horse you can find here too).

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    For Horses:  Ok, this present may be more of a gift for horse lovers rather than the actual horse, but these hats are pretty adorable! (and festive) Help your horse get into the Holiday Spirit with one of these special hats. CLICK HERE to learn more about them.

  6. Give The Gift Of Likits: Give your horse a new way to enjoy a treat with Likit Activity Toys! Proven to reduce stall vices and promote stall fun, they make perfect gifts! They come in several difficultly levels, so there is one for every type of horse! CLICK HERE to download money saving coupons.

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    Insulated Bucket Cover:

    No horse likes frozen or overly cold water! Ditch the cords this winter and try one of these insulated water bucket covers (and they are machine washable!) CLICK HERE to learn more.

  8. Teach Your Horse a New Trick When its too muddy or cold to ride teaching your horse a new trick may be just what he needs! Horses love to learn and be challenged, and can actually pick up new tricks fairly quickly! Visit trainwithtrust.mannapro.com to see what tricks you could learn with the help from behavior training expert Sue De Laurentis.

  9. Be Prepared for an Emergency:  We all know horses like to hurt themselves in the winter time! Be prepared with our FREE Corona Horse Wound Care Guide; it will help you be prepared, so you are able to act quickly and efficiently in the case of a medical emergency. It just may be the perfect gift you could give your horse! CLICK HERE for your wound care guide.

  10. Share A Moment With A Friend: Tis' the season of giving! Small acts of kindness show more to your horse than words ever could. Share a moment with your friend with Manna Pro Horse Treats! They come in a variety of flavors, shapes and forms for every horse in your barn. CLICK HERE to learn more & to get $15 in horse treat coupons!

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Gabby Gufler

Gabby Gufler

Gabby Gufler graduated from Truman State University in 2013 with a BS in Animal Science & Nutrition and a minor in Equine Science. Gabby currently works on Manna Pro’s marketing team, and enjoys competing regularly with her six horses.

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