How do you gift-wrap a horse? We found this video tutorial on YouTube.
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We hope you find this video useful–after all, there seems to be surprisingly little written on the traditional skill of horse-wrapping, and you just never know when it could come in handy.
We found for an average size horse we needed nearly 3 acres of wrapping paper and half a mile of sellotape. Holly and ivy really only added nutritionally to the project, so perhaps it’s best to stick with bells and bows for the decorations. Postage/shipping costs will vary depending on the country you’re in, and the mood of your postman.
ThinLine may not be able to stop you from gift-wrapping your horse, but they can keep you and your horse performing at your best. ThinLine pads use non-compression technology to dissipate impact and pressure, creating a more comfortable riding experience for you and your horse.
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