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Horses Party Supplies, Horses Birthday Party

Our Horse Party Supplies are a delightfully designed party theme! Perfect for the horse lovers in your family, these wonderfully decorated napkins, plates and other party essentials are filled with beautiful images of these beautiful creatures in their natural setting. Start you next celebration off at a gallop with these charming horse party supplies!

Standard Party Pack


(For 8 Guests)

Deluxe Party Pack


(For 8 Guests)

Ultimate Party Pack


(For 8 Guests)

Tableware - Plates, Napkins, Cups & More!

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Favors - Toys, Stickers, & Other Fun Favors!

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Decorations - Balloons, Banners & Other Cool Decorations!

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Invitations & Thank You's

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Cake Decorations - Cupcake Rings, Cake Pans & More!

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Horse Party Supplies, Horse Birthday Party

These magnificent horse party supplies are a wonderful way to celebrate your loved one’s love of horses on their special day. Any equestrian fan will appreciate these vivid and colorful horse decorated birthday supplies that include cups, plates, napkins, favors and other party items. Whether celebrating a birthday or some other occasion, you and your guests will enjoy these fantastic horse party supplies.

What makes a mare a mare, and a filly a filly?

Ever wonder what the different types of horses are and what differentiates one from the other? No? Well, too bad, we’re going to tell you anyway.

Yearling – A yearling can be a male or female horse that is between a year and two years old…a yearling, get it?

Foal - A foal is either a male of female horse that is under one year old. A foal that is still nursing is called a “suckling”, and a foal that is no longer nursing is called a “weanling”.

Filly – A filly is a female horse that is not yet four years old.

Colt – A colt is a male horse that is under the age of four. A common misconception is that a colt can be male or female, but technically only males are colts.

Stallion – A stallion is a male horse over the age of four years. However, if the stallion is castrated then it no longer is referred to as a stallion. Once castrated, a stallion becomes a “gelding”.

Mare – A mare is a female horse four years old or older.

How Long Do Horses Live Anyway?

Most horses are expected to live between 25 and 30 years. Of course, their racing days will be over much earlier than that. “Old Billy” is the longest living horse on record having lived 62 years from 1760 to 1822 (his head is actually on display in the Bedford Museum in Bedford, England). More modern horses have been known to live into their fifties.

Horses are beautiful animals. We hope you enjoy our wonderful horse party supplies at your next birthday or other celebration.