Merry Christmas Eve!
I received my December’s Heart to Horse box at our brand new home since we moved in on the 16th. I opened the shipment notification on the 16th and received the package on the 21st.
What is the Heart to Horse Box?
Monthly subscriptions are a hot item these days. There seems to be a “box” for everyone; Bark Box, Keto Krate, Dollar Shave Club, Blue Apron, Graze….
Why not, then, have a box for horses? Hence, the Heart to Horse Box!
Upon opening you get to see the name of the person who packed your Heart to Horse box.
For $35 you receive a box containing various items including treats, supplements, fly control, barn items, and riding items. The value more often than not far outweighs the price of the box itself. What you get each month varies and it often coincides with some seasonal necessities.
What I enjoy most about the Heart to horse box? You make a difference! When you purchase a heart to horse box 25% of the proceeds go to a rescue.
December 2017 Reveal!
The Heart to Horse box ships out on or around the 15th of every month…often times I actually receive the box ON the 15th. What’s in this month’s box?
After opening the box and removing the tissue paper, you’re welcomed with a photo of one of the horses benefiting from your donation. You also receive a coupon for 15% off your next order through Horse.com. If you flip the card over it will tell you the products you’ve received and their Item number in case you want to order more.
Ready to see what’s in the box?
What you’re seeing:
- Morris Kaye Handsfree Shearling Gloves with Rabbit Trim (Reg $45)
- Mrs. Pastures 8oz. Treat Stocking (Reg $4.50)
- Lila Mixed Metal Stretch Horse Bracelet (Reg $15.55)
- Holiday 3-Piece Halter Set with Jingle Bells (Reg. $15.88)
As you can see the values of these products add up to well over $35.
Like last month, this isn’t the best box I’ve received. There were only 4 items and they were of “meh” quality. I got a pair of gloves last month (but these are so soft!). I might wear the bracelet. I always will feed treats. I was pretty excited to try the halter set on Blade.
At first Blade was petrified of the bells. After a few minutes of desensitizing he allowed me to put the halter on him. In the photo below you can see his initial reaction to the halter. He stood very still, splayed legs, and with a very uncomfortable awkward look. Many treats, praise, and a good grooming made him realize that jingle bells were OK. In time I’d love to collect the set…he looks good in red.
I’ll be honest I’m not sure how much longer I will subscribe to the Heart to Horse box. It’s mainly a financial thing. The value you get from the box is obvious. There are some pretty great and useful items…and you can always sell what you don’t want. I simply can’t afford to keep this going with the new house, but you can expect to see one in January for sure so stay tuned!
I recommend this product for:
- A great gift idea for all horse people any time of the year!!!
- New horse owners
- Farm Owners (often has great barn supplies)
- People who don’t already have or buy everything they could possibly need
- You help a horse rescue in need
- Opening your Heart 2 Horse box is like Christmas….you never know what’s in it and the surprise is so much fun!
- The items are useful and practical
- Helps to replace some items you haven’t gotten around to fixing or replacing
- Great opportunity to try a supplement to see if your horse will eat it before you spend too much money on the full container
- Discover new brands and products
- Most wearable items are one size fits all
- Did I mention you get to help a horse rescue?
- You might get duplicates of what you don’t need
- It’s highly addicting and you may want to get more
- Not for the people who MUST have everything in matching colors
Want to see past months?