In previous winters, I've kept my horse inside during any kind of rain, snow, sleet or high winds and not put a blanket on him. This fall however, Drummer became arthritic and my vet said that the best thing for him was consistsant work and turn-out so he can keep everything moving. So I know that I am going to blanket him this winter. What I don't know is if that, since he already has the ability and will grow the hair necessary for this winter, should I just buy a waterproof turn-out and put a cooler under it when it gets really cold or should I buy a blanket that has a light fill or, does anyone have any other suggestions?
I really hope this makes sense. It's early morning and also being on the train to school doesn't help:)
Thanks in advance
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