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Horse Management for the Spring Season

Horse Management for the Spring Season

Do you ride all winter, no matter how deep the snow gets, or do you hang up your saddle at the first cool in autumn? Do you pull your horse’s shoes, blanket him, or keep him in the barn during the cold months? Do you cut his grain ration when he’s not working, or feed more hay to keep him warm? If the winter season has involved any modifications in your horse’s exercise level or feeding plan, you will need to consider the following points as you bring the horse back into work in the spring. Read more here.



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