If you enjoy munching on raising for a tasty snack, you might wonder if you can share them with your equine friends in the stable. 

Horses can safely eat raisins from green grapes or from red grapes, and they actually enjoy the snack because they are sweet, chewy, and offer sufficient sugar.

If your horse competes in events where it could be tested for drugs, you should not give it raisin bread containing chocolate.


Horses can eat raisin cookies. But as with other treats, they should only eat it moderately, and it should not make up more than 10% of their diet.


Raisins are not toxic to horses when given in moderation. Giving them too much might disturb the integrity of their gut and leave them at risk of digestive issues.

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