Scented Jolly Ball by Horsemen's PrideThese scented Jolly Balls are very durable and resist deflation. Made in the USA with safe materials it is available in two different scents that horses love. Hang this item in the stalls to help with boredom or throw around in the pasture to encourage your horse to play!
NO air needed to inflate.
** Available in peppermint or apple.
Important: Never leave an animal unattended with any treat or toy!
- Brand: Horsemen's Pride
- Scent: Peppermint,Apple
- Size: 10"
My horse wasn't too sure about it at first and just wanted to lick it (he thought it was food)! After a couple of hours, he was kicking it around and picking it up. It's his new favorite way to keep himself from getting bored since he lives by himself!
"Made my horse SICK! President of HP didn't care..."
I bought this ball for my yearling last September. At some point, my yearling ate a part of this supposedly "indestructible ball" and showed signs of distress. I immediately called the vet and my horse had to get oiled. The next day, he passed manure WITH a huge piece of the JOLLY BALL. I wouldn't be leaving a bad review if Horsemens Pride would actually stand behind their products. I got a few emails from the President Robert Miavitz until he stopped contacting me and never bothered to call or reconcile my $460 bill caused by his products. Never again Horsemens Pride!!!
"Fun for a while"
I didn't see my horse play with it but it was gone off the string the day I came back. He played with it for a while until he stepped on it and I cant seem to get it bad to normal. It is now just in the corner o the stall unplayed with.
"Jolly Ball hung on grill"
Hi took a short braided strap and hung the jolly balls on the stall divider grill...right up front by the door. They absolutely LOVE them like this. They sleep with their nose on the balls and when bored, they grab the strap lifting the ball way up on the grill and then dropping it. Great toy!
"I finally broke down and bought one of these"
My gelding is always getting into something so I thought 'hey, maybe I should get him a toy'. Well, just like the cat it's whatever you're not expecting that makes the best 'toy'. Light cords, hay string, you name it. He does play with it because I will come out and find it either squished or flung out of the stall. Hang it from the ceiling if you can, that made the most sense for us.