Five Things to Get Horse Trainers for Christmas

October 31, 2016 2 min read

Five Things to Get Your Horse Trainer for ChristmasBelieve it or not, Christmas is right around the corner. Here are five things to get horse trainers for Christmas. It is never too early to grab their gift and mark that off your busy holiday checklist! With the amount of clients they have, you don’t want to wind up getting them the same gift as someone else so you have to get creative!

Here are some unique ideas that will set your gift apart from all the others:

  1. Five Things to Get Your Horse Trainer for ChristmasOne of a kind horse hair jewelry – This might sound a little odd, but it is actually a great gift for trainers! If they have a horse in their barn that they are especially fond of, give them something to treasure that horse forever. Horse hair jewelry is made with a small bit of the horse’s tail that is cut off and sent into them. They then braid the hair and add jewels/charms to it to make a bracelet or necklace. This is a little piece of your horse that you can keep forever! (Make sure you get a family member’s approval before you go cutting your trainer’s horse’s tail. )
  1. Bucket of product – Get your trainer a big horse bucket filled with awesome products for their horses! Providing your trainer with these products will save them time and money throughout the year because they have the items they need on hand! If you haven’t tried the Benefab® Sore-No More products, you HAVE to! Arenus, the leader in equine health supplements, has partnered with Benefab® to offer a killer combination of products that are guaranteed to keep your equine athlete healthy and happy. Sore No-More® relieves pain and inflammation, relaxes muscles, and increases blood flow. Together, Sore No-More® and Benefab® by Sore No-More® create a dual-action, research-backed system that works synergistically, so your horse can recover quickly. They have liniment, poultice and more. Check it out here.
  1. Spa gift certificate – Trainers spend most of their days on horseback or on foot giving lessons. They tend to take much better care of their horses than they do themselves. Give them a day off and send them to a spa for Christmas! Trust me, they’ll love it!
  1. Customized calendar or photo album – Get together with all of your trainer’s clients and create a calendar for the new year or a photo album. Fill either with pictures from the past year with your trainer, different accomplishments, etc. You can even add a little note from each client. Personalized gifts are always appreciated!
  1. Five Things to Get Your Horse Trainer for ChristmasTherapeutic Anti Slip All Purpose Saddle Pad – Your trainer can never have too many saddle pads! Especially pads that make your horse feel great. The Benefab® Therapeutic Anti Slip All Purpose Saddle Pad helps harmonize bodily functions safely and naturally stimulating recovery time, promoting blood circulation, increasing oxygen flow, and ultimately reducing pain and stiffness. Its fabric emits far-infrared rays keeping back muscles supple and relaxed and it has a non-slip surface. Does it get any better than that?! Check it out here.
Choosing gifts for people can be challenging – especially, when you don’t know where to start. This list will help you pick something creative and different for your trainer. Happy shopping!


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