Let’s have some fun with these spooky horse accessories.

Who’s ready to get spooky? I’m not talking about a scared horse that bolts with you, rather it’s time to celebrate Halloween. Bring out the fun horse accessories! All October people will be carving pumpkins, attending costume parties, and going on hayrides. We, horse lovers, can embrace the holiday too! There are fun shows, parades, and barn parties to get excited for.

Your horse can dress the part in spooky saddle pads, ear bonnets, halters, and more! It’s time to get in the Halloween mood.

Halloween Horse Accessories

Spooky Mane Jewelry: These creepy, crawly spiders and glass beads easily clip into your horse’s mane. They’re the perfect accessory to a witch’s costume. You and your horse will be ready to cast some spells!

Pumpkin Saddle Pad & Ear Bonnet: Celebrate October by embracing all things pumpkin! This set has the perfect color combo of orange and black! The ear bonnet features crystals and a cute orange logo. Whereas, the saddle pad is a bit scarier with angry Jack-o’-lanterns.

Orange Polo Wraps: Your horse can be stylish in these polo wraps! They have a vibrant orange color and black trim with pumpkin designs. How cute! This set of 2 or 4 is just what you need for your next parade or fun show this month.

Pumpkin Halter: The pumpkin fun continues with this festive black and orange halter. Pumpkin faces appear on the cheeks and nose. Bring out this halter each year around this time to show off your Halloween spirit. It’ll be a hit around the barn!

Custom Halloween Tag: These may be listed as dog tags, but they would look so cute on your horse’s halter or bridle. They’re engraved with skulls, pumpkins, spiders, and cobwebs. Your horse’s barn name appears in the center. A simple yet fun accent!

Scary Ear Bonnet: Where’re my Jack Skellington fans? This ear bonnet is just what you need for this spooky holiday. It’s black and white with crystals on the veil. 

Skeleton Rhythm Beads: This mane jewelry is really eye-catching. It has orange and brown feathers, black bells, and little skeletons. Rhythm beads jiggle as your horse moves, which can help riders steady their horse’s gait. They’re festive and practical!

These fun accessories can be worn throughout the entire month! The real fun begins when you create a Halloween costume for you and your horse. Some ideas include a dragon and knight, zebra and zoo keeper, bumble bee, clown, and superheroes. 

What are you and your horse dressing up as this year?


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Emily Fought

Emily Fought discovered her passion for horses early on in life. When she isn't writing about them, you can find her in the barn riding. Although Emily's background is in dressage, she enjoys cross-training and is an avid trail rider. She resides in Northeastern Ohio with her husband and small dog. Together, they own and operate Humblewood Farm. Emily not only writes for YourHorseFarm.com but CowgirlMagazine.com as well!

September 23, 2021