in the Palm of your Hand"
Beautiful, Interesting, and Educational!
to the home of the original Golden HorseShu® Trading
Did you ever wish for trading cards of beautiful horses
of all kinds of breeds and colors? Did you ever wonder
why it seems there are high quality cards for sports, dolls,
and animation, but none for horses? Well, we did something
about that by creating Golden HorseShu® Trading Cards,
the most beautiful horse cards in the world!
Golden HorseShu Owners are Retiring!
We hope these lovely cards have put smiles on
the faces of horse lovers around the world. Howver, they are no longer for sale since the owners are retiring.
Ten Oaks Publishing, formerly Stellar Publishing, will continue to support card replacement or answer
questions regarding GoldenHorseShu products for some years to come. We have had a great run, and are
very thankful for your business! Click the Contact Us link at the top of this page if you'd like to drop us a line.
You may wish to visit our other horse site, http://www.horsegames.com,
which will be redesigned for 2018 to
showcase horse books, games, sim sites and other horse-y things!
What are the Cards
Golden HorseShu cards are a legacy collection consisting of two series produced from 1997 to 2002.
Everyone loves a variety of pictures, and our cards are
no exception. We wanted to have many colors, lots of poses,
horses of different breeds that do different things. Each
series has unique horses that are champions, historical,
or special in some way. Here is a partial list of the
of the Breeds
of the Disciplines
- Quarter Horses
- Paso Finos
- Chincoteague Pony
- Welsh Ponies
- American Indian Horse
- Western Pleasure
... and many more! Click
here to see all of them
What is on the Front
front has a beautiful full color photograph of the horse,
and is marked with it's name, breed, and card number.
The back of the card tells about the
horse, such as the sire, dam, size, color, and awards.
A special feature on our cards is the horse's unique
personality as told by their owners who know and love
them. Some horses love cats, others like to be scratched
in favorite places, and still others like to play with
balls and buckets. You should read some of them!