Originally Posted by lucky2008
Well then the horse can't live anywhere cause the sun is everywhere...
Actually, unfortunately for little old me in the far Northwest of the states, I can inform you that there is very little sun that would be enough to give this guy much trouble. So... the sun isn't everywhere.
As has been stated however, if you're willing to put a little more effort into caring for him it shouldn't be a huge problem. The biggest thing would be to keep a long fly mask on him, smear a little waterproof baby sunscreen on his nose periodically, and possibly
leave a fly sheet on him if he's really that
sensitive, but most horses have enough hair (white or not) on their bodies that they won't get burned.
Trust me, I managed a completely white horse on pasture board for an entire blistering summer in Alabama and all he needed was the fly mask and some baby sunscreen on his nose... not really a huge deal.