My great uncle purchased a herd of twenty two premarin colts last month, and I've finally gotten to go see them. All twenty two colts, and foals share a pasture with a herd of cows. I guess that would be okay on a normal given circumstance, but the cows aren't aloud in the horses only shelter, which is a run part below the barn, so the door to it stays closed in order to keep the cows out. Because of that, the horses can't can't get into their only source of shelter, or to their water. They'll need a place to go to get away from the wind, snow and rain in the winter, not to mention they need water at all times of day. I thought it was a little sketchy, and another person who wishes to remain anonymous has threatened to call the humane association if the conditions don't improve. I was hoping to get some opinions on the matter?