7 Unique Gifts for Horse Lovers & Equestrians

7 Unique Gifts for Horse Lovers & Equestrians

This specialty equestrian-themed collection includes familiar fragrances from the barn and is inspired by the love of horses.

A fresh, green fragrance that reminds us of wild summer herbs and color saturated flowers growing in a wildflower meadow. A refreshing blend of fresh greens, flowers and bright citrus top notes of bergamot, lemon and mint breeze in a  mix of cyclamen, green tea and rose grounded in a base of amber, moss and light violet. A true field of dreams! 

Hay is for horses, and this fragrance is for those who love riding them. Freshly mown hay with notes of sweet balsam combined with smooth vetiver and cedarwood giving way to the fresh aroma that fills your barn.

Making heirloom quality saddles since the early 20th century, Denver Saddlery Company was the inspiration for this intriguing scent. Hints of coriander, clove, tobacco leaf, leather and toasted oak waft with vintage memories, sparking the air with possibility and miles left in the saddle for new generations

An aromatic blend of dried herbs and forest floor earthen moss blended with an intoxicating masculine scent of reclaimed woods. Teakwood is a wonderful woody inspired scent designed to fill a room with wild abandon and lingering moments of opportunities gone by and sultry dreams to come.

An intense blend of sultry caramel infused with a hint of orange adds lift to the tobacco leaf accord that characterizes this fragrance. Warm tones of oak and patchouli create dimension for the blend as a base of sweet sugary caramel balances the earthy tones.

Salvaged oak barrels infused with the aroma and tint of countless bottles of wine, this scent is as nuanced and uniquely complex as the varietals they once held. Notes of warm vanilla enveloped with oak, cedar, patchouli and musk. The top and heart notes rest on a warming base of roasted oak for an impression that is earthy, enticing, and enchanting. 

It’s strong, it’s musky and almost animalistic in its sensuality. Some people love it while others find it offensive and gross. We’re not talking about durian, the beloved but smelly southeast Asian fruit but oud – one of the most expensive raw scent ingredients in the world. It's earthy, raw and smells a bit rustic and luxurious all at the same time. It's an unusual scent you have to experience for yourself. 

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