Treats for your horse shouldn't be similar to something you might pull out of your grandmother's cookie jar. High sugar and starch are bad for the teeth and dangerous for sugar sensitive horses with Equine Metabolic Syndrome and Cushing's Disease. The horse is just as happy with a more healthful snack.
These tasty treats are based on ground timothy hay rather than alfalfa. They are blended with high oleic acid sunflower meal which won't upset the omega-3:omega-6 ratio. Testing has confirmed a combined sugar and starch level of less than 10%. In fact, the average of the three flavors is only 6.4%. They are available in Peppermint, Apple/Banana, Cherry/Vanilla, and Watermelon/Basil flavors.
Use them as a safe training aid or just a snack. They are large enough to use just 1 or 2 at a time. Sprinkle them on top of a meal or mix them in as taste tempters. Easy to carry in your pocket and they hold together well so won't crumble or leave a greasy or sticky mess.