Stocking Stuffers for Horse Lovers

The gifts are all wrapped and underneath the tree, but you still need the perfect stocking stuffers. Well, we gathered a few ideas that are perfect for the horse lovers.

Whether you’re needing something that can be shipped quickly or you’re looking for something a little more personal, we have the gifts you need.

1. Scrunchie and Wild Rag

Scrunchies with a Western flair! Made from satin these scrunchies are the only product of their kind and are sure to stand out with unique patterns. For the ultimate gift pair with a matching wild rag. Starting at $7; For more information call (612) 236-5100. View items here

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2. Custom Bracelet

These are popular among English disciplines, but what’s to say Western riders can’t have a nice, leather bracelet with their horse’s name on it? Customize a leather bracelet with an engraved, brass nameplate that allows up to 25 characters for personalization. Starting at $14.95;

Customize this bracelet with your loved one’s name, or the name of their favorite horse. Courtesy of BigDWeb

3. Bell Boots

For the horse-lover who would rather have items for her horse, buy a pair of bell boots. Available in a variety of colors and patterns, these bell boots are fashionable and functional. Starting at $29.99;

Select from a variety of bell boots to match tack sets or to mix-and-match colors. Courtesy of EquiBrand

4. Horse Coloring Book

Have a little one who is obsessed with horses? A cute coloring book with horses and nature is a great way to get their minds thinking and occupy them with something they love. Starting at $3.99;

Courtesy of John Green and Dover Productions, Inc.

5. Box Sign

Wooden box signs with clever sayings are the ultimate last-minute stocking stuffer. Designed to be free standing or hung on the wall, there are several display options for this sign. Available through Amazon Prime, it will come quickly to be the best stocking stuffer for the horse lover in your life. Starting at $7.50;

Box signs are perfect for those who display their love for horses in their home. Courtesy of Primitives by Kathy

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