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post #1 of 30 Old 03-11-2013, 10:17 AM Thread Starter
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Does anyone know good horse Recipes?

Hey just wondering if anyone knows any good home made horse treat recipes as i would love to be able to make some horse treats for my horsey rather then having to go out and buy them all the time :) and i’m Sure Jasper would love the idea of home made Treats thanks heaps!

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Oh wow the title of this thread made me think something completely different

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lol what did it make u think of…. wait! u mean u thought i ate horses ? :O

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lol what did it make u think of…. wait! u mean u thought i ate horses ? :O
Well... honestly... lol

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C'mon OP, you want good HORSE recipes. What about that title would make anyone think you were talking about treats?

I don't know any good recipes off hand, but I have some old cookbooks at home and I know the French ones definitely have some for cheval.
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lol so you did? speed racer are u talking about horse recipes for horses or with horse in it ?

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I like my horse soaked in a nice marinade then grilled.. I usually like a little ranch dressing with mine as well.


OP, you can usually find some pretty fun recipes. Mine aren't really picky and I can just cut up apples and carrots really small and mix it with molasses and oats, sometimes granola.. And drop spoonfuls out and bake.. Mine love them but then again I don't exactly have picky eaters.

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speed racer are u talking about horse recipes for horses or with horse in it ?
Cheval is the French word for horse. Yes, I have older French cookbooks that have horse meat recipes.

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lol what did it make u think of…. wait! u mean u thought i ate horses ? :O
Yup...

Shetland pie with mashed Appy and garlic Thoroughbred, all drenched in Warmblood gravy...
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I like my horse soaked in a nice marinade then grilled.. I usually like a little ranch dressing with mine as well.


OP, you can usually find some pretty fun recipes. Mine aren't really picky and I can just cut up apples and carrots really small and mix it with molasses and oats, sometimes granola.. And drop spoonfuls out and bake.. Mine love them but then again I don't exactly have picky eaters.
i might just stick with the ranch on its own for now thanks…

oh yeh well i cant put oats with my feed though as it makes horses hot doesnt it and i want to keep him nice and mellow what is granola ? also my horse is ownly 3 so im introducing him too new foods as hes only ever had hard feed. would maybe mixing those up and making this recipe introduce him too it and gt him too like it as it had molasses in it ?( is there something i could use instead of oats maybe ?)

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