|Handpainted mug by Carole Koch|
|"All That Glitters" photography by Juliet Harrison|
|"Wild Mustang" ACEO print by AmyLyn Bihrle|
|PMC silver horse jewelry by Silver Wishes|
If you'd like to give a gift for a cause,consider buying one of Sarah K. Andrews' calendars. All the profits go to One Horse at a Time, an organization that seeks to rescue horses from abuse and neglect. They have a weekly feature on the horses at Camelot Auction where they network on facebook to try to find homes for the horses that would otherwise be killed.
If you've got something more practical in mind, you couldn't go wrong with a bottle of No Thrush.
No Thrush is now available at ValleyVet.com, Horse Health USA, NT-DRY - Equus Imports, KVSupply.com, Jeffers, Farmvet.com, and The Horse's Hoof Store.
Or how about a pair of these?
I bought a set of webbers for my Ansur and I love them. They are very easy to use and, best of all, they don't create a painful lump under your thigh like traditional leathers. The Bates webbers are a little more expensive as they are leather, but the synthetic Wintec webbers have gotten great reviews.
One of my favorites is the gift of books, here's a selection I've got my eye on:
|"True Unity" by Tom Dorrance|
|"Old Men and Horses" by Ross Jacobs|
|"Nature in Horsemanship" by Mark Rashid|
Of course the best gift of all is our horses, I hope everyone gets to enjoy them this holiday season!