How cold can it be and still haul your horse in winter? I have a team penning event on Sunday (first one) and the forecast is predicting the high to be -20 Cel. (-4 Fehr.) and the low to be as cold as -30 Cel. (-22 Fehr). I have a stock trailer which has the front bit closed off with no windows but the back 3/4 of the trailer is open on top. She is currently outside 24/7 with no blanket so the cold weather wouldn't be a shock but the air swirling in the trailer could be an issue. Would it be good enough if I would double blanket her? I also have a neck cover for her so it would just be her head uncovered (plus her legs obviously though I would have warm trailering boots on).
Please let me know what you all think. The coldest I have hauled before was -15 Cel. With one winter blanket on and no neck cover/boots.