Christmas Gifts For Equine Enthusiasts

Christmas Gifts For Equine Enthusiasts

Whether you’re looking for the perfect gift for your equine loving friend, or looking for something special to spruce up the stables and make your horse feel a bit more loved in this colder weather look no further; Robinsons Equestrian are one of the biggest equestrian retailers, and one of the most trusted Internet and mail order operators in the industry. Robinsons Equestrian are one of the biggest equestrian retailers, and one of the most trusted Internet and mail order operators in the industry.

Christmas Gifts For Equine Enthusiasts

There’s always something a horse lover will want, and most of the time the little stocking fillers can also be a necessity to our everyday lives, but in reality – anything horse related is right up our trek, making us an easy bunch to buy for at Christmas.

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Bring the Equestrian Theme Indoors

We’re confident that you’ll find something suitable, from a collection of inspirational gifts for equine enthusiasts, and you can even bring the equestrian theme indoors; from jewellery and watches to stationery, toys, tasty treats and even kitchenware. You’ll find the perfect gift for any equine enthusiast this Christmas, whatever your budget.

One of our favourites is the horse print onesie, in a fleece material, it’s the perfect piece to keep warm after a long day riding. Add something a bit different to your outfit with the horse print scarf, the subtle print gives everyone around you an idea of your favourite animal.

Gift Essentials for the Horse

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, but it can certainly get cold out there. In the run up to Christmas it’s important to ensure you do not forget about your favourite equine animal; whilst you may be busy purchasing gifts for your family, friends and loved ones – there’s also a few items that can keep your horse happy this season.

His stable, and the surrounding area is the place your horse calls home. Ensure you maintain a clean, comfortable environment, so you can expect your horse to remain happy and healthy throughout the winter period. Stable supplies are something all horse owners constantly think about and focus on, it’s a good idea to stock up for winter in advance, and make sure you have everything you need for all weather eventualities, including plenty of hay, water to keep him hydrated and fresh sawdust to keep the stable dry and keep the elements at bay.

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Whilst your horse might be big and strong and full of stamina, he is a sensitive animal; give him extra comfort and protection this Christmas by purchasing a good, properly fitted horse rug, not only will it keep your horse warm, it will keep him in top condition as it is a vital tool for discouraging your horse from growing its own unsightly shaggy winter coat. Trusted names include favourites like Masta, HB Polo, Requisite and Weathebeeta; all of them are durable, comfortable and specially designed in an array of shapes and sizes.

These aren’t just gifts that will make your horse happy, the horse rugs come in designs that will make your horse stand out this winter and ensure he’s looking his best and make you feel proud of him as he makes his way around the stable and paddock this winter.

For something a bit different, why not add some Christmas cheer to your trek and turn your horse or pony into Rudolph for the Christmas period with some novelty reindeer antlers from Requisite. There is even a Christmas exercise sheet and Jingle Bell set of soft fur fabric sleeves with bells that attach to the reins and noseband via touch tape fastenings to bring a bit of fun to your trek.

Take a visit to Robinsons website for a last minute gift ideas for any equine enthusiast and their horse this Christmas!


 
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