With the rapid rise in popularity of subscription boxes, it’s no wonder that the equine market has jumped on the bandwagon. And why not? Horse people are always looking for the next best product to help protect, feed, groom, or otherwise care for their horse. But the issue we run into is not wanting to shell out the bucks for a full sized product which we haven’t tried yet.
Enter A Horse Box. This wonderful subscription box provides a few different options for their boxes: A Horse Box, A Tack Box, A Mini Horse Box (coming soon) and A Barn Box (coming soon). Here’s how they all break down:
A Horse Box
Your standard sample box, which will give you 4-6 products to try each month. Check out our review of this month’s Horse Box to get an idea of what is included! This plan is discounted with a six-month commitment, but you’re also able to try it for just one month or subscribe for three months.
A Tack Box
This is a one-time box, not available for subscription, that contains everyday essentials for both horse and rider. A great way to get introduced to A Horse Box and it’s partner companies!
A Mini Horse Box
This is an option that is returning in 2015. This smaller box option will provide 2-3 products for you to try each month.
A Barn Box
This is also a one-time box slated to make its appearance this year. Said to be ideal for multiple horse owners, look for some great essentials to have around the barn to be sent out in these boxes.
The nice thing about A Horse Box is that it’s not discipline specific, meaning if you have multiple horses or run a barn then you’ll have a sample (and sometimes a full-sized product!) for any type of horse of issue. You’ll find brands such as Omega Alpha and Cavalor in your Horse Box, as well as gourmet treat samples and many other products for you to test.
We want you to be able to try A Horse Box for yourself, so we’ve teamed up with the company, who is generously offering a one-month Horse Box to our Fab Freebie this week! Simply use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter, and we’ll announce the winner in this Friday’s News & Notes. Good luck!