Need the perfect gift for your horse crazy valentine?

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Valentines Day is right around the corner. Are you still trying to decide what to get your horse loving valentine? Here’s a few ideas to help!

1. A leather bracelet with nameplate to match with their horse’s leather halter with name plate.

Custom Rose Gold Padded Leather Halter W/ Plate - Custom Engraving — JC Saddlery Online Store

2. Horse shaped chocolates.

Peppermint Chocolate Ponies | Dark Horse Chocolates | Harbor Sweets

3. Book a trail ride at a local trail riding facility. Some facilities have special packages, including a stop at a vineyard!

Couple Horseback Riding by MakanaCreative | VideoHive

4. A horse themed coffee mug or tumbler. It’s a tough job with long hours taking care of horses. Sometimes coffee is important!

Better Life Horse Coffee Mug - Charleston Wrap

5. Horse treats! You can’t forget your valentine’s best friend.

No-Bake Horse Treats | North Carolina Cooperative Extension

Maxi and Taz

Maxi

 

Taz

Taz, a chestnut 1997 QH cross gelding, and Maxi, a dark bay 1997 Arab/QH cross mare, are in a desperate need of a new home due to their owner’s failing health. Both Taz and Maxi stand 14.1h high and are gentle sweeties that love receiving attention from people. They are excellent babysitters who love being groomed and receiving treats. It would be ideal that they are rehomed together since they have been together for a long time.

To learn more about Maxi, visit: https://mdequinetransition.org/horses/maxi/

To learn more about Taz, visit: https://mdequinetransition.org/horses/taz/

Are you looking for your next equine partner? Check out all our available horses in the link below and inquire for more info. We could be posting about your success story next!
https://mdequinetransition.org/horses/

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Contact info@mdequinetransition.org for more information!