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post #1 of 3 Old 02-21-2009, 05:28 PM Thread Starter
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Question Turning my boring stall into a fun land!

Poor lil Gypsy, on mon-thu she doesnt get turnout. fri-sun she does and its only for am feeding then she goes back in. My BO doesnt want to "commit" to turning her out when im not there... So I thought about getting thies products so she wont be looking out at all the other horses turned out.

Maybe this one, you put the grain in it and then they roll it around to get it all out.

I was thinking about this one but then it might be to easy for her to get at the treat. What do you think?

I can also make toys, I have no problem with free toys or nearly free. Any ideas shes VERY food motivated!?! Or any comments on the toys above likes/dislikes?

Oh yah! I dont want to have like 20 toys in her stall for safty you know, I can always switch some out so it will keep her interested and safe.

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post #2 of 3 Old 02-23-2009, 06:48 PM
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My filly loves these! One will usually last her around 2 months. Some places sell them for $20 and up but they have them at Stateline for $18.99 (a little cheaper anyway) and the key for sure it to hang it so they can't press it against a wall likes it says below, they last a lot longer!

"Uncle Jimmy's Hangin’ Ball treats help to eliminate stall boredom in all classes of horses. This horse treat is great tasting and packed with vitamins and minerals.
Your horse will love this treat!"
Label Instructions:
"Attach rope to the balls leader rope. Hang the ball above eye level with your horse.
To make this product last longer, hang the ball so that your horse cannot pin it against the wall. One ball can last from a week to a month, depending on the aggressiveness of the horse and how you hang the ball."

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I actually made my horse those and hung them from her stall door, it didnt last more then a week, shes such a hound when it comes to treats. lol... But I made mine with harder candy (not real candy just the stuff they use for it) stuff so it would hold all the grains together more.

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