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In order for us to get acquainted, the first thing you should know is that I love horses and baking. I knew I wanted to somehow merge my two loves. After trying to find a healthful, nutritional treat that was all natural and only the highest quality ingredients with little success I decided to hand bake them my self for my mare, Tie Dyed Silk. I know that only using human grade foods of the best quality would do. Through lots of time and love I created Pony Oaties Treats For Horses.

The treats have a great flavor and texture. When your horse munches one you will see how they truly enjoy each bite. You can break them up easily to give to your young, older or mini horses too. I wanted to make sure all the horses could enjoy them.

Now Pony Oaties is artfully baked each one by hand by our great baker Roy right here in Oregon. Roy is shall we say, nothing short of amazing! They are slow cooked in our ovens and always fresh. The secret is that a lot of people buy one bag for themselves and one for their horse. We laugh that they better make sure they have enough left for their loyal horse friend. We have three great treats for you to choose.

My mare and I love to trail ride and show throughout the Great Northwest. At the end of the ride you can bet that she is looking for her Oatie reward. She is a registered Paint horse and Pinto. We are members of the Pinto Horse Association. Pony Oaties is a proud sponsor and supporter of many associations and horse rescues. We love to give back! To see what Pony Oaties is doing please see our Facebook Page. In business proudly since 2001.

We love to hear from all of you. Send us your comments and a picture of your wonderful horse friends . Throw your heart over a fence and your horse will follow.

Happy Trails,

Vicki Freeman and Tie Died Silk (Chief Muncher)

Vicki and Tie

Photo taken by Jim Borvet

Vicki Freeman is an member of Oregon Horse Country,
through the Wilsonville Chamber of Commerce in Oregon.

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