10-25-2013, 09:23 AM
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Yes UK. Thankyou for your reply. He is fine in himself, during the summer he lived out 24/7 but did sweat in the summer heat then too. He's in now at night with stable looking straight out onto an open yard, not internal stabling. So he does get wind/air. He just seems to have a very thick dense coat, as mentioned he used to sweat in summer too and now as he's growing winter coat and its so mild he's too hot. Just a thought to clipping some of coat to try and stop sweating as I did'nt want him in stable at night with wind blowing when he's damp from sweat incase he got a chill, had also thought about putting a cooler wick away fleece on him when he comes in, but not sure if this will make him sweat overnight even more. Thanks.