Buying Horse Gifts for Adults Online

October 30, 2013 by jemmycool  
Published in Shopping

Buying Horse Gifts for Adults Online.

Do any Internet search for horse gifts and you are likely to be confronted with an abundance of cuddly toys, story books and children’s play sets which aren’t suitable as gifts for horse-loving adults. The Internet does have some great places to buy more appropriate gifts, however. It’s just a case of knowing where to look. We detail three of the best places below.

Arts and crafts websites

Websites like Not On the High Street and Etsy allow creative crafters and artists to sell their handmade products online. The wealth of different products available is astounding and almost all of the product ranges are unique, which means you do not have to worry about anyone else buying the same thing! Certain products, such as cushion covers, book marks, picture frames and clothing, can be personalised with names or pictures to make the gift even more special.

Antique dealers with online showrooms

Old horse equipment, tack and show-related items can make wonderful gifts. Going round antique shops is a great way to spend an afternoon but if you are looking for something specific, you can search onlineshowrooms to find the perfect horse gift. Think interesting antique horse bits which can be hung on the wall or pieces of tack from race-winning horses.

Horse charity online shops

Horse charities, like many others, are desperate to fundraise in as many ways as they can, and one particularly engaging way is to sell horse gifts through an online shop. These gifts often do involve children’s gifts, but you are much more likely to find adult gifts there too. Products ranging from jigsaws and artist prints to winter fleeces and leather gloves can all be purchased, and again, many can be customised. The great thing is that all monies spent in these shops goes straight back into the care of horses, so there’s an ethical bonus to this type of shopping too!

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