Yep, winter is approaching us here in Australia... And I have a fluff ball sitting in my paddock . How bout you guys? How do your horses' coats react to the colder weather? I'm waiting for my horses' coat to go brown, he's normally jet black but a big teddy bear coat makes it go brown... What's funny is that it's really nice and soft but it kinda sticks out it doesn't lie flat. Hack shows during winter almost make me rage looking at all the clipped horses . Firstly if I clipped my horse because he's black it will go a marble grey, and also it wouldn't grow back shiny for summer like it would of. And also I'm poor so no Brilliant " quadruple layered heat reflecting rugs " and do you guys wash your horses for a show if it's cold?
Must I say the mornings are so bad when you're going out to let the horses out and give em their brekky and your face is half frozen and the metal gates are like ice.
THANK YOU WINTER FOR MAKING MY HORSE A FLUFF BALL. I think that's why they named him Barney.. Like the Purple dinosaur. Posted via Mobile Device