Horse Party Ideas
Attach pieces of brown yarn or string to the front of a solid
(or multi colored) note card for a mane. Attach a
smaller bunch on the back of the card for the tail.
Pretty note cards with carousel horse designs or stickers.
Print out party details on large address labels.
Then stick the labels on colorful bandanas and pass them out to
party guests as an invitation. On the label or invitation
tell party guests to wear the bandana to the birthday party.
Make invitations in the shape of horseshoes.
Cut out horseshoe shapes from
construction paper or poster board and tape them to the driveway or
walkway leading up to the party so it looks like a herd of horses walked
to the party before the other guests.
Decorate the birthday tables to
look like the inside of a stable with lanterns and bales of hay on the
Add cowboy boots, spurs and rope for a western look.
Set out small metal buckets on the party table and fill with snacks.
A large rectangular container can be set out like a trough - fill it
with ice to keep drinks cold.
You will need a broom stick or large dowel rod for each child, old
socks, cotton batting, yarn, felt, glue and googly eyes. Stuff the
socks with the cotton batting and then place the end of the sock over
the broom stick and tie it on for the horses head. Glue the eyes
onto the sock and make a nose (two black circles) and ears from the
felt. The yarn can be glued on the part of the sock that is
over the stick to make a horses mane. Braid three long pieces of
yarn together and attach them underneath the head to make the
Relay Races Western Style
Make up several relay races and barrel races and let the children run them with their mop
horses. Or buy two stick horses and let the kids trade off with each
Horse Party Games
Directions, set up and scoring are all listed
how to play horseshoes
Water the Horses
Let the kids have some fun while they
play this game ... the kids will get wet so make sure and play this
outside. Great for a summer day when they need to cool off!
You will need 2 large tubs filled with water and two rectangle
shaped horse trough containers that hold the same amount of water. The
goal is for the teams to get their trough filled first.
Teams will one at a time take a plastic cup (punch equal amount of holes
in the bottom of each cup so that the water will slowly leak out) and
run from the large container to their trough. First team to fill
up their trough wins.
Wild Stallion Roundup
There are some wild horses that need to be rounded up and your party
guests are just the ones to do it! For the game you need 3
balloons (blown up and tied ... blow up extras in case some break) and a
broom for each team. The balloons are the wild stallions and the
guests need to use the brooms to round them up (from the starting line,
to the other side of the room and back).
Party games just for girls - Girls birthday
Party games for boys only - Boys birthday
Sleepover games - Sleepover / Slumber party
Party Games for all ages -
Birthday Party Games
French Fries (hay)
Unsweetened lemonade or Kool-Aid with a dish of sugar cubes the kids can
put in themselves
Cookies, Rice Krispie Treats, brownies, sandwiches or cheese cut with a
horseshoe cookie cutter
Birthday Party Favor Ideas
Sugar cubes wrapped in tulle and tied with a ribbon
My Little Pony figures or items
Goody / Loot Bag Ideas
Plastic horse themed cups
Tin pails with tissue paper inside
Glue fringe made from fabric or paper onto brown paper bags for a