Stable Toys for your HorseSturdy toy for your horse
However, you might want to try some of the following things to entertain your faithful horse (and yourself). There is a constantly increasing variety of finished toys ranging from flavored lickstones to horse-palls. However, a horse is quite easy to be satisfied with, so if resources are scarce (and they usually are right after Christmas), why not make your own?
He could fill an old jar of plastics with a carrot and hang it safely in his stable. Horse are usually safe for foodstuffs, so you should pay close attention that you hide them in hay nets and hang them in the stable. Delicacies can be a good way to entertain your horse (as long as he's not on a diet....) It's a good way to get him to work for the delicacies, for example by placing them in a delicacies balloon that he has to swing/drink to get the delicacies extracted.
When you want to keep your farm owners happily and on their side, here are some things you should try to keep away from..... Stable ponies can become rigid, so why not maximize this by practicing your stretching carrots? You can also choose a net stuffed with straw, another with a barn and a large pail of dry gras and put it around the stable.
If you have little chance of giving yourself a nice long, itchy role, your horse will probably appreciate good care from its owners. Thorough care can also help to boost the horse's circulation. Horse are flocks, and if for any reasons he must be kept away from his companions or cannot see them readily from his stable, the Equine Behaviour and Training Association (ETBA) proposes to use a reflector.
Small it so he can prevent his "stable buddy" from coming if necessary, and try it out on the farm first to make sure it doesn't flip him out.