"The German Horse Muffin is a lifesaver! My Morgan mare has Cushing's Disease and should not have sugar. However, nothing I've tried will get her to take her daily pill. So I cut the muffin in half and hide the pill inside. It works like a charm and she's getting only a minimal amount of sugar since it's the only treat she gets each day. Thank you for a great product."

Sandy Cruz, Satisfied Customer

"I have to thank you for my Championship ribbon this weekend at the Gayla Combined Driving Event in Lexington, KY. I have an Arab Appaloosa cross that I purchased 3 years ago as an unbroke 8 year old. Pushy, bossy, and totally unmotivated by food rewards... until this spring when a friend gave me 3 jars of your Minty German Horse Muffins... HE LOVES them and begs for them before and after our workouts. Maybe 'beg' isn't the right word... he twirls his upper lip in anticipation of them! Crazy, but I really feel that they have helped get him to look forward to his work. Thanks!"

Laura N., Satisfied Customer

"I DO love The German Horse Muffins, every horse I have ever offered them to just gobbled them up! One of the vets looked at the package and commented on how good they were. I have been recommending them to every horse person I know. Keep up the great work!"

Leslie H., Satisfied Customer

"...I give them to Buckshot every weekend, during mounting... They are still his very favorite treat ? you should see him, and hear him, nicker and prance as we approach the mounting block with your muffins in my hand. He can't wait! He is still as excited about these muffins now, two years later, as he was when he first tasted them.And, although he likes the other treats I give him, after riding and at other times, he only nickers and prances when I have The German Horse Muffins in my hand! So I think they are his special favorite treat of all.Both Buckshot and I thank you!!"

Jan S., Satisfied Customer

"...Thing is, I did taste the muffin, like I have several others... I shared them with friends' horses and trust me, now they are hooked too!!Keep on making them!"Lorrie T., Satisfied Customer"My horses love these muffins. My old QH, Smokey, injured his eye about three weeks ago, is now blind in that eye, and has to have drops put in throughout the day. He stands like an angel for the drops knowing that as soon as the drop is in he gets his muffin. Thank you for making such a great product that horses love so much."

Kathy and Smokey, Satisfied Customer

"I just wanted to let you guys know that these treats are amazing!! My 23 year old paint pony was recently diagnosed with high ringbone and started on daily previcox pills. He's an unbelievably picky eater and despite my efforts, turned his nose up at everything I offered him (even without the pill in it). He won't eat apples, carrots, bananas, marshmallows, twizzlers, fig newtons, pears or soft oatmeal cookies... A friend suggested I give these muffins a try and this morning I did!! He LOVED it!! Thank you so much for making a great treat!!"

Lindsey Matossian , Satisfied Customer

"...Lord knows there are lots of horse treats on the market, and Harvey has sampled most of them. He likes them all, but until I gave him this treat, he never seemed to distinguish one from another. Then, several years ago, my friend Dawn gave me several bags... She described them as German Horse Muffins.To Harvey, the term 'treat' is a misnomer. It's not a treat, it's an entitlement. And once you start, you'd better keep 'em coming. He wants the next one before he's done with the first. The German Horse Muffins are different. I can give him just one, and he savors it, chewing contentedly for several minutes. He is happy with one or two. My theory is that the muffins send him into a state of bliss. Gooey desserts have the same effect on me.I suspect the secret to The German Horse Muffins lies in the texture. Although I was never tempted to try one, they could almost be people treats, or at least the dough to bake into people treats.A few observations about The German Horse Muffins:They are oh, so soft and moist... The German Horse Muffins are soft, just slightly sticky, and molasses laden.The combination of gooey texture and sugar content encourages relaxed chewing for several minutes, the kind you like to see under saddle. I give Harv one before I ride, instead of a sugar cube.They look homemade, not processed or manufactured.They are reasonably priced... I like the small bags because they are airtight ? but I buy them by the case.They have a loyal customer base. I buy them as gifts for Christmas (the bags are really attractive), and the recipient nearly always asks where to get them..."

Stacey, Satisfied Customer