Christmas is just around the corner, and that means it’s time to treat your friends and family. Of course, your four-legged friends should not be left off the gift list. So in this article, we thought we’d share some fabulous Christmas gift ideas for your equine buddies. We’ve scoured the web to bring West Sussex horse owners a list full of festive inspiration, including stable bases, sand schools and other horsie treats!
Stable bases, sand schools and other ways to treat your horse this Christmas:
European Style for your Horse:
The Finnish Equestrian Company offer beautiful and functional products made from natural materials for horses (and dogs). Their Horse Blanket No. 1 is made of 100% Lambswool for softness and warmth. Additionally, it has beautiful Elk leather edging. Find it HERE.
A Little Sparkle:
Everybody loves a new festive outfit. So, why should your horse be any different? We’ve found the perfect occasionwear! This Black patent rolled double bridle with Swarovski browband from Equiture will certainly turn heads in the sand school or stable. Find it HERE.
Toys for your Treasure:
The Bizzy Bites Bizzy Ball Horse Toy is a multi-functional equine teether and 3-in-1 stable toy that you can hang from the wall, leave on the stable base or attach to the stable door. Buy it HERE.
A Trip to the Horse Spa:
You’ll need to do the hard graft of grooming. But The Renwick & Sons Horse Grooming Collection offers everything you could ever need or desire from your equine brush ware, providing unmatched quality and performance. Find it HERE.
A Super Stable Base:
Gift your horse a stable renovation! Talk to us about Concrete Stable Bases. We can create whatever shape concrete base you require whether that is a round, rectangular, square, triangular or L-shape base. We work throughout Sussex, Surrey and Hampshire. Contact us to arrange a visit and quotation.
A Stunning Sand School:
Sand schools are a great all-weather surface for your keen all-weather rider. We have installed many of these, and they are all slightly different. So contact us to arrange a visit and quotation. Or find out more about how to plan yours in this blog article from the archives.