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Have a Very Horsey Holiday with These Equestrian Gift Ideas

These great equestrian gift ideas should definitely go on your list this season.


Horsescents Organic Lavender Aromatherapy



Deliver calming organic lavender aromatherapy with this innovative scent pack (halter not included). Leather ScentStrap with lavender-filled ScentSac:
$85; www.horsescentsinc.com


Heritage Performance Glove

Jazz up training rides with stretchy super grip gloves in the newest shade of jade. $26.95; www.heritagegloves.com


Noble Equestrian Horseplay Backpack

If your motto is “work hard, play hard,” this barn bag is for you. Versatile backpack has a helmet compartment and crop holder, plus room for your laptop or tablet. $59.95; www.nobleequestrian.com


Hunt Seat Paper Company Pony Pins

Stocking stuffers that make a statement, for equestrians with attitude.
$10.50 each; www.huntseatpaperco.com


5 Star Equine Leather Coasters

Choose the color and pattern for a perfect gift. A custom brand can
also be added. Set of four starting at $20; www.5starequineproducts.com


Kerrits Warm Up Fleece Jacket

Sporty bomber-style jacket has cozy fleece inside, with smooth exterior to shed hay, dirt and horse hair. Generous zip pockets hold treats and more. Shown in Ash Blue. $99; www.kerrits.com


Back on Track Nights Collection

Rich color and elegant details are combined with therapeutic Welltex technology. Fleece blanket, $169. Saddle pad, $79. Coordinating fleece polo wraps (without Welltex), $41; www.backontrackproducts.com


5 Star Equine Handcrafted Mohair Halter

Enjoy retro rodeo style that’s handmade in the USA, featuring 100% all-natural mohair. Priced from $149.95; www.5starequineproducts.com


Professional’s Choice Boho Collection

Up your horse’s style game with matching gear in this limited edition print. Ballistic overreach bell boots, $31.95. VenTech Elite Sports Medicine boots, $93.95. Slow Feeder Hay Bag, $56.95. Tack Tote, $30.95. www.profchoice.com

This article on equestrian gift ideas originally appeared in the December 2019 issue of Horse Illustrated magazine. Click here to subscribe!

Elizabeth Moyer

Elizabeth Moyer works in marketing and development for the United States Pony Clubs, Inc. She served as a longtime editor of Horse Illustrated and Young Rider. She is also the author of two Horse Illustrated Simple Solutions books on grooming and horse safety (BowTie Press). Moyer is a lifelong equestrian and horse lover. Prior to becoming part of the equine industry, she worked in advertising and is a graduate of the University of Colorado’s School of Journalism and Mass Communication. She lives in the beautiful bluegrass horse country of Kentucky with a pack of adopted Dachshunds.

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