For the photoshoot, 17-time champion jockey, Tony ''AP" McCoy donned a matching festive jumper as the pair leaped over a golden hedge laden with presents.
It wasn't the first time Rossa had used a horse as canvas, also painting a thoroughbred in the Union Jack as part of a special shoot for July's Barbury International Horse Trials in Britain.
Eventing competitor Laura Collett was pictured riding the remarkable painted horse jumping over a mini Stonehenge obstacle course.
It took Rossa more than five hours to paint the gray horse, using brown sticky tape to create the straight lines of the flag. "The horses seemed to quite enjoy it -- some just love the attention and being paraded around," she said.
With their insides vividly on display, these thoroughbreds are no oil paintings. But their eye-catching outfits may have proven picture perfect for training therapists the fine art of massage.