Equines are born athletes and require the ability to move freely in their environment in order to maintain proper health. While they naturally move while grazing, especially when joined by other horses, short bursts of speed are also important. Movement impacts hooves and distal limbs, as well as the gastrointestinal, cardiovascular, and respiratory systems. Providing your horse with proper exercise will improve their circulation, digestion, flexibility, muscle and bone development, and impact their overall health and happiness. Below are a few helpful tips to follow:
With foaling season in full swing, it is not too soon to start thinking about weaning. It can be one of the most stressful times in a young foal's life.