Thoughtful Gifts for Horse Trainers

December 08, 2017 2 min read

Christmas is coming! If there’s anyone remaining on your holiday gift list, time is running out to find the perfect gift. A holiday gift to recognize the efforts of your horse trainer throughout the year is always a nice way to show your appreciation. Gifts for horse trainers can be tricky with the amount of clients and horses that trainers have; you don’t want to wind up getting them the same gift as someone else, so we recommend getting creative! Here are some unique ideas that will set your gift apart from others: Spa Gift Certificate-Trainers spend most of their days on horseback or on foot giving lessons. Many times, our trainers could use time away from the barn for a little pampering. Give them a gift certificate to a relaxing spa treatment. Sweet Treats-The holiday season is a great time for baking! Spread the love by baking a few batches of delicious cookies or brownies. Decorate them with an equestrian theme and arrange them in a cute basket which you can get from any craft store. Etsy- There is a lot of cute gift ideas for horse trainers on Etsy. From Coffee Mugs, shirts, to equestrian-themed wine stoppers. Thermos- This may seem like a random gift, but if your trainer spends most of their time sitting in cold temperatures attempting not to freeze, odds are they would appreciate something to keep their coffee or tea hot! Therapeutic Pocket Scarf- This is a wonderful gift for your trainer this Christmas – especially if they’ve been experiencing any pain or stiffness from all the hard work they do. The fabric emits far-infrared rays keeping neck muscles, joints, tendons, and ligaments supple and relaxed. The material is breathable and stretches for ample mobility. Now available in lots of new exciting colors! Want it in time for Christmas? Get yours here and save on shipping by using coupon code FREESHIP >>> Choosing gifts for people can be challenging, especially when you don’t know where to start. This list will help you pick something creative for your trainer. Happy shopping and Merry Christmas to you and yours!


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