Horses are known to be generally affectionate and gentle creatures, making them easy to fall in love with. See below some heart rendering images depicting the affection of horses.
Dog and foal nuzzles
Friends despite the odds
Horse and owner bonding
Keeping the little kitten safe between the ears
Together despite distance
How to make hanging horse treats.
Hanging treats can be great for giving your horse something interesting and tasty to do when they’re stuck in a small barn.
This recipe is super easy and your horses will love it.
Ingredients: 1 cup of flour, 2 cups of molasses, 500 grams of grain, half a cup of raisins.
- Combine the ingredients in a bowl. Mix together until the grain is even covered.
- Let the mixture stand for an hour so the moisture of the molasses soaks into the grain.
- Pack the mixture into trays or roll into firm bowls. Use a chopstick to poke a hole through treat.
- Bake at 180 degrees Celsius for 15 – 20 minutes.
- Remove and cool. You can now thread twine through the treat and hang them up.
Keep it interesting: If there’s a flavour you know your horse loves, add it to the mixture. Some grated apple or carrot will give your treat an extra hit of flavour.
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Horses With Unusual And Beautiful Colouring
These gorgeous animals are all perfectly unique, showcasing amazing and original colouring for their breed. See below 18 horses with the most unusual and beautiful coats.
- The horse with a metallic golden coat
2. Black And White Pinto
3. Silver Dapple Pinto
4. Liver Chester Roan
5. Beautiful Paint Horse
6. Buckskin Pinto
7. ‘Badger face’ Paint horse
8. Cremello Akhal-Teke
9. Classic Champagne
10. Gorgeous horse