Gift Ideas for Your Horse-Loving Valentine

Roses are red, violets are blue, shopping for a horse-lover, you haven’t got a clue? With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, you may be thinking, “What in the world can I get my horse-loving sweetheart that’s unique this year?” Well, if you’re tired of the predictable chocolates and roses, and want to get your Valentine something special, look no further! We’ve found some gift ideas that will show your horse-loving Valentine how much you care. From rosy themes to fun pink products, you’re sure to find something for that special someone.

Horse-Loving Valentine Gift #1 – Rodeo Quincy Bonita Brooke Headstall       

If your Valentine is a cowgirl at heart, she will fall in love with the Rodeo Quincy Bonita Brooke Headstall. The rose design is perfect for Valentine’s Day, and the dark leather makes this piece very unique. If the cowgirl in your life likes to stand out at the rodeos, on the ranch, or in the ring, she will definitely love this headstall.


Horse-Loving Valentine Gift #2 – Rodeo Quincy Bonita Brooke Fringe Breast Collar

If you’ve decided on the Rodeo Quincy Bonita Brooke Headstall…come on, we know your Valentine will want the matching fringe breast collar.


Horse-Loving Valentine Gift #3 – Macie Bean Women’s Rose Garden Cowboy Boots

Talk about a good Valentine’s Day gift… Continuing with our rosy theme, the horse-loving cowgirl in your life is bound to love these boots. They’re perfect for in the saddle, but the slick bottoms also make them perfect for hitting the dance floor in the evening during that Valentine’s Day date we know you have planned! If you really want to show your Valentine just how special she is, the Macie Bean boots are a perfect choice.


Horse-Loving Valentine Gift #4 – Cowgirl Tuff Longhorn Roses Full Zip Hoodie

Help your Valentine keep warm in style while she is out at the barn with this lovely rose patterned hoodie. If your Valentine has been needing a new hoodie, or if you just want to keep her looking good, this is the perfect one for her. This hoodie would look fabulous with the Macie Bean Rose Garden Boots…hint, hint…


Horse-Loving Valentine Gift #5 – Ariat Women’s Forever ¾ Sleeve Tee Shirt

Pair this cute tee under your favorite jacket or on its own. With a rosy cowgirl design on the front, your horse-loving Valentine will surely love this shirt, too. This baseball tee will suit your Valentine’s active lifestyle while flattering her figure at the same time.


Horse-Loving Valentine Gift #6 – Arm Band Cell Phone Case Holder – Pink

Show your Valentine your practical and romantic sides at the same time with this handy gift.  We all know the struggle of trying to ride with our cell phones. We want to keep them on us for safety reasons, but without a proper way to secure them, they can become quite the burden. I know I have tried keeping my phone in my socks, in my back pockets, etc., but my it usually finds its way to the ground. If your Valentine faces the same struggle, why not gift her this cute and convenient arm band phone holder in a fun Valentine’s Day color like pink or red?


Horse-Loving Valentine Gift #7 – Renew Gold BisQuits All Natural Supplement Treats

Your sweetheart loves her horse too so don’t forget to include something for her equine friend this Valentine’s Day! The Renew Gold BisQuits are all-natural supplement treats that contain anti-inflammatory properties as well as Vitamin E.  Treat her special horse to not only a tasty treat, but a healthy one. The pink packaging with a heart is perfect for Valentine’s Day, too!


Just so you know, clicking the above links takes you to the product on the Riding Warehouse site. This makes shopping easy and convenient for you. We do get a little kick-back from items purchased, giving us resources to bring you more stories, but your price stays the same. It’s a win-win! Also for local riders you can order items online and request pick-up – during checkout – at the Riding Warehouse store. Happy Trails!

Currently a third year agricultural communications student at Cal Poly SLO. Chanel grew up in Colorado with her two horses, Thunder and Buddy. She is currently horseless in California, so she takes advantage of Cal Poly's various horse programs. "I am so excited to be riding with SLO Horse News!"

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