Jolly Stall Snack

$16.99
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Carrot
Less than $0.57/DAY
(30 day supply)

$16.99

In Stock. Usually Ships within 24 hours.

Apple
Less than $0.57/DAY
(30 day supply)

$16.99

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Peppermint
Less than $0.57/DAY
(30 day supply)

$16.99

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Shipping weight = 2.05 lbs.

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Product Summary:

Jolly Stall Snack

Now you can combine toys and treats for your horse to alleviate stall boredom, and help prevent cribbing too. The special design of the shaped treat dispenser allows your horse to lick the treat but it does not allow the horse to bite directly on the snack.

The Jolly Stall Snack comes complete with one treat (shown). Top snap is not included.

Item Specifications:

Flavors:
Carrot
Apple
Mint

Downloadable Resources
MSDS SheetManufacturer Information
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Apple SLT311703 APP JPI10 788169020113
Carrot SLT311703 CAR JPI27 788169020120
Peppermint SLT311703 PEP JPI28 788169020137

Product Reviews by Customers

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Horses love it!
Super easy to use. My 5 year old mare loved it and keeps her busy during indoor bad weather days.
May 22, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Horse toy
My horse loves it , keeps him busy in the winter time expecialy on those cold days where there isn't anything to do
January 15, 2018
Purchased
9 months ago
My horses seem to like it
I bought two of these for both my mares. One of them ate the treat in 3 days! She figured out how to turn her head sideways and bite it with her teeth. My other mare licks hers and doesn't play with it as much.Since getting them these treats I have noticed that their stalls haven't been as messy, so I think it is keeping them occupied between being worked and fed!
January 7, 2017
This is a good stall toy for bored horses
My horses like the molassas flavor the best but will go for the apple as well. I had to hack it out of the package, it was stuck pretty good, that's my only complaint
January 5, 2017
Best product ever!!!
My horses went straight to the product and having a blast playing around and stretching their necks.
December 10, 2015
Great idea but.......
......my 9 year old gelding is simply not interested. I thought it might keep him from pacing. He was curious at first, but the scent wasn't strong enough to entice him to play more than a few minutes and he never looked at it again. Solidly built and seemingly indestructible, it appears to be a good boredom buster. Maybe a different horse would enjoy it. Wish mine did.
November 21, 2015
Gone in a Day
My horse (and my friend) finished this in two hours! He also destroyed the toy itself twice. He loves it! However, you have to keep buying the refills and it just gets very annoying.
March 15, 2015
gave one each to my 2 fillies to occupy them while in stalls
One filly loves hers (the apple one) and the other filly ignores hers (the peppermint one.) I will have to switch them to see if the flavors matter. Also I want to try them on the boys, who have been turned out. I tasted them both myself and they were good, especially the apple one.
November 28, 2014
Fickle
At first my gelding was completely uninterested in the apple flavoring inside the apple holder stall snack system and this surprised me because he is a treat hound. I put the apple flavoring on a simple string and within a few hours he had finished it. Now that he had a taste for the treat I was excited to get some use out of the apple holder stall snack system. The stall snack system didn't slow him down at all as he inhaled it. I was hoping this would keep him occupied for a few days.
September 16, 2014
Ignored it
I have a 3 year old colt who has been getting bored. He is very food motivated so I thought he would like this toy. I put it up in his stall and he came over and sniffed it and then walked away and never touched it. Thinking he may not like the treat it came with, apple, I found a recipe online to make refills. I made some and put it in and he still ignored it, but if I hung the treat out on it's own he would go to town on it. Overall it's a good product, but it just depends on the horse.
August 29, 2014
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I got these for the horses to play with, they checked them out once and that was it
ELISHA M on Nov 27, 2017
It fits the Pony Pop treat that I have for my horse.
K W on Aug 28, 2016
I got these for the horses to play with, they checked them out once and that was it
ELISHA M on Nov 27, 2017
Because my horse is spoiled.
Samantha D on Nov 19, 2016
It fits the Pony Pop treat that I have for my horse.
K W on Aug 28, 2016
Because my horse is currently in a stall most of the time.
Stacy L on Jan 23, 2015
Rookie spent an hour in the other horse's stall today and LOVED his brother's stall snack. This one is for him.
EVELYN N on Mar 30, 2014
my horse cribs, hopefully will distract
Carol S on Feb 18, 2014
Because my horse is spoiled.
Samantha D on Nov 19, 2016
Because my horse is currently in a stall most of the time.
Stacy L on Jan 23, 2015
How do you get the wax off?
Scott J on Feb 7, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It's designed to "slip" off - unfortunately it doesn't work. I ended up taking scissors and cutting it until I could pull it off. Be careful however, the wax/plastic is sharp and will give you a nasty paper cut lol
How does it work? I'm looking for something to put my pony's grain in that he can nudge or pull and get just a few pellets out at a time.
A shopper on Jan 27, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This is a treat that the horse licks. It doesn't dispense any snacks. It's a good time taker for in between meals and hay feeding time, but you must introduce it to your horse so your horse knows its good. For my horse, I held it for her to lick a little and then just hung it in the barn for her. Be sure to hang it so that it swings freely. Otherwise, your horse will be able to pin it on the wall and eat it rather quick.