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Horse Treats

Horse Treats
Horse Treats
Whether you are rewarding your horse, hiding a pill, or just spoiling your horse or pony with tasty horse treats and horse snacks, you can find the yummiest horse treats available from low-sugar and metabolic-safe options to stall snacks to help break the boredom in their stall.
Mrs. Pastures Cookies
$13.95 - $69.95
$13.95 - $59.99
up to 14% off
The average rating for this product is 5 out of 5 stars 63 Reviews
Kelcies Pumpkin Spice Horse Treats
$18.99 - $38.99
$12.95 - $37.99
up to 32% off
The average rating for this product is 5 out of 5 stars 6 Reviews
Stud Muffins 50 Pack
$22.99
The average rating for this product is 5 out of 5 stars 42 Reviews
Dimples Horse Treats With Pill Dimple 3 lbs
$23.99
The average rating for this product is 4.5 out of 5 stars 27 Reviews
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Standard Likit Refills
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Standard Likit Refills
$8.99
$5.99
up to 33% off
The average rating for this product is 4.5 out of 5 stars 42 Reviews
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Uncle Jimmy's Hanging Balls
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Uncle Jimmy's Hanging Balls
$22.99
The average rating for this product is 4.5 out of 5 stars 35 Reviews
Easy-Up® 360 Hanging Boredom Hook
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Easy-Up® 360 Hanging Boredom Hook
$28.99
$19.99
save 31%
The average rating for this product is 5 out of 5 stars 6 Reviews
2 Colors
Jolly Apple Stall Snack
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Jolly Apple Stall Snack
$30.99
$20.99
up to 32% off
The average rating for this product is 4 out of 5 stars 19 Reviews
German Horse Muffins 6 lb Bag
$34.99
$29.99
save 14%
The average rating for this product is 5 out of 5 stars 26 Reviews
Omega Nibblers Low Sugar & Starch Treats
$40.99
$28.99
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The average rating for this product is 5 out of 5 stars 17 Reviews
A to Z Horse Cookies 2.5 LBS
$24.99
The average rating for this product is 4.5 out of 5 stars 8 Reviews
Probios Digestion Support Apple Flavor Horse Treats
$18.99
$12.99
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The average rating for this product is 5 out of 5 stars 16 Reviews

Reward Tour Horse With The Best Horse Treats

We all know how much horses love having a yummy horse snack or treat, and you may even know which horse treats are your horse’s favorite. Horse treats can be used during training as a reward, to encourage a horse to bond with you, as a way to show them you love and appreciate them, or for more purposeful reasons like hiding pills and medications or as boredom breakers when a horse spends long periods in a stall.

Reward Good Behavior - If you are trying to teach your horse a new trick, encourage them to load on a trailer or stand quietly at the mounting block, offering horse treats and snacks as a reward is a great way to utilize positive reinforcement habits with your horse or pony.

Hide Medications - If your horse sifts out medications in their feed or you want to make sure they are eating their pills, you can use soft horse treats to hide pills from even the most discerning horses! Some horse treats come with carved-out areas in the center of the horse treat making it easy to hide pills or capsules inside, from products made by brands like Dimples and Standlee.

Spoil Your Special Horse or Pony - If you are like many horse owners, you might just want to give your horse or pony treats and snacks anytime you visit them to show them how much they mean to you. With so many options and flavors, you can find a variety of treats from top brands like Equus Magnificus German Horse Muffins, Kelcie’s Horse Treats, Manna Pro, Mrs. Pastures, Studmuffin, and more.

Boredom Breaker in the Stall - If your horse gets bored easily while stabled or has to spend any time on stall rest, you can give them fun horse treat toys to entertain them like hanging treats and stall snack refillable holders with horse snacks from brands like Uncle Jimmy’s, Likit, and Jolly Pets.

Low-Sugar Options for Metabolic Conditions - Healthy treats that your horse can still enjoy without the added sugars and carbs that horses with metabolic issues such as insulin resistance, laminitis, Cushings, or being overweight are extra sensitive to. Choose from brands like Omega Fields, Buckeye Nutrition, A to Z, Hilton Herbals, and Uckele.

Read more on making your own Frozen Horse Muffins on our blog.

Frequently Asked Questions About Horse Treats and Snacks

Should I give my horses treats?

Many horses love when you give them treats, which can be a great way to bond with your horse or pony, reward good behavior, help break the boredom in the stall, or hide medications and pills in a tasty treat.

What treats are safe for horses?

Any type of treat that is designed for horses can be safe for most horses. If a horse has a metabolic condition, such as being overweight, insulin resistance, Cushings disease, or laminitis, choosing a low-sugar option can still allow you to give your horse a horse snack or treat without the risk of a higher sugar option like apples.

How many treats can you feed a horse?

Treats for horses can be fed in moderate amounts to reward good behavior, hide pills or medications, or as a way to show your horse or pony how much you love them. Horse treats and snacks should not be used in place of actual grain or horse feed but as supplemental snacks. All horse treats are made differently, so following the nutritional guidelines on the treats of your choice package can give you a general suggestion on the proper amount to feed your horse each day.

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