sweating in the stable
Hi there, I wasnt sure which category to put this under but I was wondering if anyone else has the same problem with there horse, and wondering what poeple would do in my situation.
I've always been told as a rule horses r always colder when stabled because they can't move around and keep themselves warm like when there in the field. But my horse is the complete oposit. He sweats when he's in his stable overnight with no rug on, no matter how cold it gets, (and its not because he's stressed or anything, his bed is never churned up and he loves being in) but if he's out in his field, with a heavy weight rug on overnight he doesnt sweat at all.
Is this the same for other people?
I'm pulling my hair out wondering what to do for the best.
Do I continue to stable him overnight even though he sweats, so that his feet can dry out and prevent him getting mud fever.
Or do I keep him out so he doesnt sweat, but then risk him getting mud fever?