Printable Horse Coloring Pages
Have you ever been on a farm to see these glorious animals? If not, here is a chance to print out and color them in different environments and poses. We got a huge set of printable horse coloring pages waiting for your kids or students to color.
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After coloring these pages, kids can learn How to Draw a Horse on their own by following our guided tutorial. And if they want some more coloring, we got a massive set of Unicorn Coloring Pages as well.
Free Printable Horse Coloring Pages
All horses like running free, so we’re giving you ten free horse coloring pages to enjoy. To grab the whole set, we’re inviting you to become our member and gain access to the entire collection of 30 horse coloring sheets and all other exclusive content.
We hope your kids will like them all.
Baby Horse Sitting
Start by coloring this cute baby horse sitting on a mat. Grab your best coloring supplies and give the whole page some color.
Stallions look fantastic with their beautiful manes and postures. Let’s go and color it brown, gray, or any color you want.
Beautiful Horse Coloring Page
Here is a perfect horse coloring page for younger kids who love crayons. This cutie is fun and easy to color, and we bet your students will love it.
Enjoying the Day
We love how his mane and tail flow in the breeze. Color the whole pony coloring sheet, and don’t forget to add some colors to the sky, too – you can make it blue, pink, or yellow.
Run like a horse, grab those coloring supplies, and color this wild stallion running on a path—a perfect coloring page for younger kids who love farm animals.
Want to try out your skills in coloring details? Here is a beautiful horse decorated with flowers.
Horse with Flowers
This horse is taking a nap among the flowers. We bet it will look beautiful after you color the blossoms and the horse’s marvelous mane.
Maybe this horse got lost or is simply enjoying a day off the farm. Coloring the background will make this guy stand out even more. Let’s color!
Sleepy Horse Coloring Page
Horses like to sleep, too, and this one is ready to have some pleasant dreams after a long day of running around. Get your favorite colors and do the magic.
Some horses can have such long and beautiful manes and tails. Here is an excellent example of a gorgeous stallion to color. Make the horse’s coat shine and color the background to the frame.
Member Horse Coloring Pages
If you’re ready for a true coloring adventure, we prepared a set of horse coloring pages exclusively for our members.
See the previews of the rest of the horse coloring sheets below and get your membership to access the whole set of 30 horse coloring pages in our library.
Ready? Let’s run those coloring pencils, markers, crayons, or other supplies and have fun coloring these amazing farm animals.
In the Forest
This horse knows how to enjoy life. He is standing on his hind legs, jumping and running around the woods. Color the horse and the forest with your favorite colors.
Ponies are so adorable we can’t get enough of them. This pony coloring page is perfect for all kids who love these cute animals.
The posture of this stallion makes us stand up straight, grab those markers, and color this beautiful coloring page. Grab yours and enjoy.
Ready for a Hike
Your horse is all saddled up and ready for the crayon adventure. This coloring page will be great after visiting or talking about ranch and farm animals.
Cute Baby Pony
Who doesn’t love baby horses and ponies? We do, so grab your coloring favorite color pencils and color this one in any color you like.
Horses like galloping, jumping, and running around freely. We know this one is enjoying as much as your kids will coloring it—color the horse, trees, birds, sky, and the grass.
Unicorn and Flowers Coloring Page
Unicorns are among the sweetest. We can’t tell you how much we love them, and we bet your kids will too. This coloring sheet is perfect for older kids who love coloring details.
Here is a pretty scene – a mare with its foal. Let’s give this page some colors – you can use markers, crayons, color pencils, or any other coloring supplies you have.
Some horses love to daydream, and this one went quite far – all the way to the moon crescent: color the moon, the baby horse, stars, and hearts with your best colors.
You can see a lot of different horse breeds on farms and ranches. We love this spotted horse, and we think it would look great in a combination of any colors you choose.
On Hind Legs
Hop like a horse on hind legs and get ready to color this coloring sheet. You can print it out after talking about farm animals or simply any time of the year for kids to color.
Ponies have to take some naps here and there, and this one fell asleep among some flowers. You can make his mane and tail in rainbow colors. Don’t forget to color the word “horse” too.
Wavy Mane and Tail
Have you ever seen a horse with a heart-shaped spot on its coat? We think it’s adorable, and we’re sure kids will love coloring this page.
On a Bridleway
Horses need to take care of their hooves, so they like to hike on nice bridle paths made just for them—color the whole page, including the trees, the sun, and clouds.
Have you been to a ranch before and saw how horses run? This horse coloring page will be great for younger kids who are learning about these majestic animals.
Here is another rearing horse waiting for your kid’s crayons or markers to do the magic. We believe it will look amazing in any color your kids choose.
Jumping on the Meadow
Have your kids color another jumping horse enjoying the outdoors. Grab those coloring supplies and color the meadow, the horse, and the background with vivid colors.
Horses have beautiful manes. This one has a pretty bow attached to it, and is thrilled to get some vivid colors. Color each mane part with a different crayon and make it pop out.
Horse Coloring Page
This horse is ready to jump and run, and we’re looking forward to seeing how he’ll look after getting colored. This is a perfect coloring page for younger students who need broad areas for coloring.
Exploring the Woods
We’re happy you’ll be coloring this excited horse running along the forest. Make his coat, mane, and tail stand out, and don’t forget to color trees and the path too.