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Winter brings many challenges to equestrians in Eastern PA, and among them is the tricky choice of whether or not to turn our horses out when the conditions are less than ideal. Frozen, rutted ground, mud, ice, and snow transform once-green pastures and paddocks into what looks like an inhospitable lunar landscape. For owners of much-loved – and expensive – competition horses, these adverse conditions can incite the desire to keep our horses bundled up and safe inside the barn lest they stumble and hurt themselves on uneven, slippery ground. But is this really the best choice for our equine charges? International-level eventer Kate Samuels thinks not! In her opinion, horses fare better when allowed to spend most of their time outside, even when the ground is frozen, muddy, or full of hoof-sized holes. Even though it may be hard to let our precious competition partners loose on ground that looks hazardous, living life outside promotes good physical and mental health. Horses are biologically designed to move and graze constantly, and being turned out on uneven ground can help them learn to balance their bodies without the hindrance of a rider, helping produce a more self-sufficient athlete. Horses who are allowed to run and play outside feel better, stay sounder, and are less stressed than stall-kept horses. So when you’re wondering whether or not to turn your horses out this winter, consider the benefits of turnout even in bad weather! farms for sale in bucks county pa

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