- - Bathing
|Tammy ||03-28-2007 12:50 AM |
just wondering when some of you start bathing your horses. i usally start around may but it has been so warm and nice out i'm just really wanting to.
|meggymoo ||03-28-2007 05:21 PM |
Hi Tammy, I usually wait till the warmer weather comes too. If you think its warm enough I cant see it hurting, but if it gets chilly later I'd suggest putting a thin rug on just so he/she doesn;t get a chill.
Does he/she live out all the time or is he stabled at night?
|spoiledrottenpenner ||03-28-2007 05:58 PM |
i do not care when it is as long as it is about 70 degrees it's ok
|Horse_love999 ||03-28-2007 08:23 PM |
Probabley around 70-80 its good.
|Tammy ||03-28-2007 09:46 PM |
it's been in the 70's and i've been letting them stay out at nights now
|horseoftheyear ||03-29-2007 05:38 AM |
i always wash my horses the day before shows x x x
|xSWeeTSx ||04-01-2007 05:14 AM |
I'd wait till it was atleast 70 degrees to give them a full rinse.
|Jr_lover ||04-14-2007 09:02 PM |
I bathe my horse like hmm whenever its very nice outside and he looks like he needs a bath. Mostly in about 70 degree weather.
|horsecrazy15 ||04-15-2007 07:08 PM |
i bath my horses the day before the show but making sure they stay warm with a oldish rug on to stay warm but also clean
|showpony@heart ||04-15-2007 07:51 PM |
I bathe my horse before a show or comp or if going to pony club and he's really dirty! I don't think it gets as cold here in winter :) so i bathe him all year round but i always have some warm rugs/towels ready in winter
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