The pollen flying around this time of year can be challenging for sensitive horses (and their humans!) Here are some clues that your equine bff may be suffering from seasonal allergies, and ways you can help.
There's just something about this special time that makes us step back to reflect, and look forward to ponder the possibilities for what's to come. And as horse owners, much of that includes the lives we share with our equine companions.
Gypsy Vanners. Friesians. Clydesdales. Percherons. Belgians. Shires. Haflingers. Cobs and Fjords. So, what do all these breeds have in common? Above all, they're hairy. But that's one of the reasons we love them!
Riding horses in the winter comes with a set of challenges. And riders know that one of the biggest ones is drying a sweaty horse after a cold ride. Because we don't want our horses to catch a chill, we have to spend a lot of extra time making sure they're dry.