04-19-2009, 09:22 PM
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The horses I work with stay inside at night. They are turned out after breakfast, and a few come back in for lunch, the rest stay out. Then the inside ones go right back out. They then come back in for dinner at about 8. That's if they don't have class.
One horse does tend to stay in more because his owner doesn't want his shoes removed, and he's injured a horse. So he gets less turn out due to this. He's not even showing, and its not corrective, I don't understand why he has on shoes on all four.