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    11-12-2009, 07:34 PM
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Weanling
Snow balls on your draft horses

Those of you who own draft horses with feathers on there legs...do they get snow balls on there legs?

I used to have to cocker spaniels who had the feathers and they would come inside with snow balls on there legs. So I was wondering if that happens to you guys with the draft horses.

     
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    11-12-2009, 07:46 PM
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Trained
I don't own a draft, but my old horse gets snowballs on her legs and sometimes other body parts. Her leg hair gets 4" long (or more in places). Old girl knows how to keep warm.
     

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