Energy bars, salt and mineral lick stones as well as classic treats can be found in every riding stable. Here you will find a large selection of horse treats.
Treats as a small reward for your horse
Most horses can be encouraged to behave positively with small treats. This can of course be a piece of carrot, apple or some other delicacy. The advantage of horse delicacies is that they don't spoil so quickly and can be taken anywhere. Treats for horses are relatively hard, which encourages the horse to chew and thus reduces the risk of swallowing. Horse treats come in many natural flavors. Observe the manufacturer's instructions for feeding.
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Lickstones for horses
The classic lick stone consists of crystal salt and provides horses with important minerals. Especially in summer and when the horse sweats a lot, it makes sense to hang up a salt or mineral lick stone in the box. In this way, the horse can naturally supply itself with the exuded minerals. The licks from lictit are intended for employment and can be placed in various holders. Since most of them consist of glucose molasses with added vitamins, you should only give them to your horse for a short time.
Bake horse treats yourself - a horse treat recipe from Lepona
You can also bake horse treats yourself. For this you need some time and the following ingredients:
2 beetroot tubers
some agave syrup
50 ml of sunflower oil
90 ml beetroot juice
The production is not particularly complex, but requires a little patience. Here are the steps for the recipe:
Wash the apple, carrots and beetroot
Chop the apple, carrots and beetroot into small pieces and mix
Add the beetroot juice and agave syrup and stir well
Mix in the oatmeal
Add oil and stir in well
Bake until golden brown at 200 ° C
Allow to dry properly for at least 2 days
Of course, it is also fun to bake treats for horses yourself. The treats from Effol, Leovet or Kanne are a quick and natural alternative. As with all sweets, there are also treats for horses: feed them in moderation and follow the manufacturer's feeding instructions.