1. Carrots)apples and carrots are favorites among horses |
2. Apples)and very good for them!
3. Sugar? - -> my trainer said however that sugar is bad for teeth, makes them thirsty and cuts down appetite. Do not, absolutely not, sugar cubes or the like are not good for horses!
4. Cabbage cabbage can cause your horse to colic. It is harmful to their immune System and stomach.
5. Green Salad? I do not know about green salad, sorry
6. Cucumbers cucumber is fine, but not a lot.
7. Toasted bread - > I have been told today that fresh bread isn't a good idea at all. How about toast? Feeding horses bread really isn't safe and can/could cause choke, colic, or even founder.
8. I guess any chocolate derivates are a big nono, huh? big nono
9. Beet? Beet pulp, rich in energy and protein, soak before feeding
10. Mint candies? It is "safe" to give mint candies to your horse, but I don't know if they are good for them or not
11. Crackers? (salty biscuits) Don't know
Special Note: Horses should not be fed peanuts, because they cannot digest them and it clogs their intestines. According to one vet, peanut butter will not hurt them. Please use your own judgment or check with your vet when in doubt. Tasty Pony Boppers
1¼c Rolled Oats
¾c Dry Oats
½c Flax Seed
1 Scoop Trifecta©
2c Performance© Grain(soaked)
First, Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Mix all dry ingredients together in medium to large bowl. Then, mix molasses and soaked grain together in a small bowl, then mix into large bowl. After that, ball up into small, flattened patties and place on a cookie sheet. Bake until well baked or a little bit burnt so they are really crunchy after they cool! Bon Appetite! Your horse WILL go bonkers over these delicious little crunchy bites of heaven...And a very healthy treat at that! OR…you can not add the Trifecta© and you can also add any special goodies that your horse enjoys! Whynnie's Wonderful Yumyums
1/2 cup mollases
1/2 cup vegetable oil
Any extra treats such as apple/oats/carrots/pepperments crushed/grated
Preheat oven for 350 degrees F. First, mix sugar, flour, and crushed/grated goods. Then add liquid goods. Stir until well blended. The mix should be sticky, but not too runny. If it is too runny, add flour, if it is to thick, add a little more mollasses and oil. Cook for 10-15 min. Apply more time if it's neccessary. They should be crunchy when you are done, let cool in fridge. Oat 'n' Apple Chewies
Treat your horse or pony to these simple squares made of wholesome ingredients. Keep them fresh in the fridge. Remember not to feed too many of any treat too often.
1 ½ cups unsweetened applesauce
1 cup oat bran cereal or ground oatmeal
½ cup all purpose flour (approx.)
Preheat oven to 350F
Oil a 9inch x 9inch square cake pan
Spread the batter evenly in the cake pan and bake for 20-30 minutes. The batter will start to shrink away from the sides and it will be firm to the touch.
Slice into squares while still warm. Keep chewies in the refrigerator in an air-tight container or bag. Molasses Cookies Horse Treats
Your horse will love the sweet crunchiness of these cookies. They keep well in an air-tight container. Never feed too many treats too often.
1 ½ cup all purpose flour
1 cup bran
1 cup molasses
1 cup grated carrot or apple
Preheat oven to 375F
Oil two cookie sheets
Put aside a small bowl of white sugar and a drinking glass with a flat bottom.
In a large bowl mix all the ingredients thoroughly. The mixture shouldn’t be too wet, and should stick together.
Add more flour to make the mixture firmer and hold together if necessary. Drop by teaspoonfuls, about 1 ½ inches apart on a greased cookie sheet. Grease the bottom of the glass, dip it in the sugar, and stamp the cookies to flatten them slightly. Bake for about 10 minutes. This makes about 25 cookies, depending on the size. Store in an air-tight container or bag.
Hope I helped