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Posted 4 days ago by NMZ ·  

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This week's crafty Tuesday is about your horse, and making him a treat - for now, or for Christmas.

Most of the time, you can make delicious horse treats with the items sitting in your pantry. Make sure to choose ingredients that are safe for horses.

Homemade Oatmeal Horse Treats

Ingredients:
1 large Carrot
1 large Apple
1 cup Molasses
2 1/2 cups Oat Flakes (ie for porridge)
2 Tablespoons Oil

Directions:
Shred the carrot and the apple into a large bowl.
Add in the oil, oats, and molasses. Stir to combine well so that all the oats are covered in the molasses.
Pour the mixture into a greased 20cm×30cm baking dish. Pat the treats down with a spoon or with your fingers so they are flattened into the pan.
Bake at 200C for about 40 minutes or until they begin to get crispy.
Remove the treats from the oven and let them cool for a while. The treats will harden slightly as they cool. Once they are hardened you can cut them into pieces. Alternatively use a knife to start to cut them, and when they cool they will snap apart.

Recipe: Saddlebox.
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Posted 4 days ago by NMZ ·  

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For Crafty Tuesday this week, here is another simple Christmas present idea.

How good does this key holder look?

All you need is:
one old horse shoe
some horse shoe nails
a hammer
a piece of wood
2 cans of spray paint in different colours (optional)
a short length of fishing line or strong thread to attach to the back, using glue or small screw-in hooks like picture frames have.
You can leave it rustic or paint the pieces first.

This is even something you could make at Pony Club for - as one club calls it - a 'crafternoon' activity on a hot or wet day.

We'd love to see your efforts!
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Posted 2 weeks ago by NMZ ·  

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