Applezz n' Oats Horse Treats

$4.95 - $19.95
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 All-natural horse treats perfect for rewarding or just showing your affection. A tasty blend of apple pomace, rolled oats, cane molasses, brewers dried yeast, ground corn, dehydrated alfalfa and flax seed meal. Contains no artificial flavors or colors. Has a long shelf life - this is an IDEAL treat to store in your tack box for months on end. One of our best selling horse treats. Available in a 7 oz bag or an economical 3 lb container.

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  • 5
    treats

    Posted by Unknown on 25th Jun 2013

    last long. horse loves them

  • 5
    Even for the picky horse!

    Posted by Jessie on 25th Jun 2013

    A great treat for even the pickiest of horses! Not sticky or crumbly and they're all natural! Plus, this price is SO much better than the $15.99 that other tack stores sell them for. Unbeatable!

  • 5
    Great quick treat!

    Posted by Katrina on 25th Jun 2013

    One of my horses hates these, but the other LOVES them, so I can't say much about whether or not your horse will go for them. The jar is awesome to keep at the barn, especially for the price! I really like that the ingredients are clearly printed too, so you always know what you're getting.

  • 4
    Horses love them...

    Posted by Shelley on 25th Jun 2013

    and they are well priced! The big jar goes a long way!

  • 5
    My horse loves these!

    Posted by Chloe Habraken on 25th Jun 2013

    Very cheap treats that horses love! Will buy again!

  • 5
    My horse loves them!

    Posted by Unknown on 25th Jun 2013

    He always gobbles them down! Great horse treat after a good ride!

  • 5
    Horses love them!

    Posted by Lisa Carter on 25th Jun 2013

    My horses love these!

  • 5
    Horses love them

    Posted by HLM on 25th Jun 2013

    Horses love the wholesome treat and owner loves no sticky mess!

  • 5
    Expensive but my horses love them

    Posted by Helene on 25th Jun 2013

    Yummy for the horses