Equine Halloween Costume Guide

October 26, 2018 1 min read

Halloween is just around the corner and is one of the most creative and fun holidays that bring family and friends together. It’s so much fun to dress up and eat candy all night long, and it’s even more fun to get your horse involved. Recently, we’ve been seeing costume classes at horse shows and dress up barn parties, so we thought it would be fun to share a few ideas with you! With that in mind, we decided to create a blog dedicated to including horses in Halloween Festivities!

Tip: Creativity is a major factor in coming up with a good equine Halloween costume!

 

Shrek and Donkey

Zoo Keeper and Giraffe

Unicorn and Fairy

 

 

We also want to take a moment to celebrate some of last year’s Halloween giveaway winners! Check out these great costumes:

Horse and Rider Skeleton

Maleficent

Wizard of Oz Characters



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