A Horse Box: Review & Give Away!- Winner Announced!

All the goodies that came in the August Box!
All the goodies that came in the August Box!


I was so excited when I found out about the “Birchbox” of the horse world, “A Horse Box.” I promptly liked the company’s facebook page and added a subscription to my “Horse Things” wishlist on Amazon. I was so excited when A Horse Box got in touch with me and offered to send me the “August Box” to review (and a bonus they offered a giveaway for the September box).

Now, I’ve been out-of-town for a week but when I arrived home the box was waiting for me and I was pretty excited. The box was filled with these products:

·         Nicker Bait,  horse treats

·         Majesty’s Animal Nutrition Wafers, horse treat supplements

·         Absorbine Ultra Shield EX Roll On Insect Repellant

·         Miniature Horse World Magazine

·          Equine Wellness Magazine

·         Arnicure Equine Spray Liniment

·         Silverquine Horse Wound and Summer Sore Dressing

The August Box was planned to fit the summer necessities of horse ownership, which really shows the care and thought that goes into the boxes. The items were also presented very nicely in a roomy box with a few informational cards, and a 15% discount coupon to Just Dandy Beautique. I was pleasantly surprised at how large most of the samples are and that I recognized many of the brands, but I was also excited to see some brands new to me. I absolutely love trying new products of any brand! The magazines were also a nice addition and I especially enjoyed the Equine Wellness magazine; however, the Miniature Horse World doesn’t really fit me in particular. Maybe it was a sign I should get a mini? My horses loved the treats and the fly repellant will definitely not go to waste!

A Horse Box subscription runs from $12.00 to $30.00 per month and would make such a great gift for the horse-person in your life. I rarely get horse-related gifts because people are always worried they will get me the wrong thing. You can’t go wrong with A Horse Box.  The retail value of the boxes range from $25.00 to $75.00 which is well worth the subscription price. I can only see this company growing and I can’t wait to see what products they will add to their line! You can purchase a subscription on its website .

Have I “Ooohed & Ahhhhed” enough about it yet? Is there anything I would change about the box? Nope. But! I dream in the future of a market place or links to full size products on their site, even if it is just products by month. You know, in case I feel like I need to buy some more! I would also love to see a list of the brands that may be included in the boxes (I swear I saw one somewhere but now I can’t find it)!

I highly recommend A Horse Box for all horse owners. It is such a fun way to try new products and spoil yourself and horse each month.

Now, how would you like a chance to try one out yourself!?

The Giveaway!

The Winner Receives: A Horse Box’s September box!

How To Enter: Like A Horse Box on Facebook  as well as Homemade Horseman on Facebook and leave a comment on this post letting me know that you have.

Details: This giveaway will run until Sunday, September 1, 2013 at 11:59pm ET. The winner will be chosen at random and announced here and on FB on Monday, September 2, 2013. Only open to those living in the continental US.

If you are interested in subscribing to A Horse Box, visit their website’s subscription page: A Horse Box – Subscribe.

A Horse Box was kind enough to gift me this month’s box and the opinions stated on this website are my own.

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