Who doesn’t like a good box full of surprises? Especially when its purchase benefits a cause horse owners can get behind?
Late last week, we received the Heart to Horse Box, a compilation of a variety of horse-related products. This new program, from Horse.com, has a new box of products—full-size, deluxe samples, and single-trial samples—delivered to your door around the 15th of each month. The monthly cost of $34.99 (according to the Web site on December 22, 2014) more than covers the cost of the items in the box, which included a full-size, leather Camelot Saddlery halter; a horse-motif pashmina; a Mountain Horse ear-warmer; an 8-ounce bag of Mrs. Pastures horse cookies (Old Paint will be so excited about those!); and a trial of Absorbine Botanicals natural herbal liniment body rinse.
To top it off: 25-percent of each purchase goes toward a different rescue in need each month. The box we received had a card stating that proceeds would go to Gentle Giants Draft Horse Rescue.
Here’s how Horse.com explains how the program works.
1. Choose Your Plan.
You can order your Heart to Horse Box for a one-time delivery, or set up an autoshipment and we’ll send you a Heart to Horse Box each month. Order by the 15th of the month to secure a Heart to Horse Box shipment for the current month. All orders received by the 15th will have their Heart to Horse Box shipped around the 16th of the month. Orders placed after the 15th will receive the following month’s box.
2. We Prepare Your Heart to Horse Box.
Our equine experts will test all of the awesome items in this month’s Heart to Horse Box and we will pack everything up to send to you. Our team loves this part of the process — finding great items to surprise both riders & horses is fun and exciting!
3. Enjoy the Fun!
Your Heart to Horse Box will ship around the 15th of the month. We’ll send you a shipping notification when it’s on the way. The only thing you have left to do is enjoy all of the new surprises!
This could be a great way to try products that are new to you or making their debut on the market, as well as benefit equine rescues.