Equus Caballus
Equus Caballus

My equestrian blog.

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bridle-less:

Pretty pretty man.
He worked so hard.
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horsesjumpingcourses:

Meet Lil’ Bear
mazthespaz:

Sunny summers
welcometofigtown:

barefootdressage:

truckingcompany:

I would drop both these charts down another 5-10 degrees. a clipped horse doesn’t really need a blanket until around 40 degrees if the weather is nice. if it’s windy or rainy obviously throw a sheet on. and an unclipped horse doesn’t need a sheet in good weather until about 15-20 degrees, and even then it should be a light sheet. horses thermoregulate a lot better than people do even with blanketing and clothing them like we clothe ourselves is dangerous. 

Fun fact - an unclipped horse can stay unblanketed up to -40 deg F/C (or even colder) as long as they’re not wet, have the means to get out of the wind and have plenty of hay to warm them from the inside out. Horse coats are amazing, and more often than not, blanketing unclipped horses can do more harm than good.

Hell yes they can! Horse coats are the coolest (/warmest)!
grand-prix:

Bae/Bay Watch.
half-halts:

Giant horse!!!!
equine-ess:

myequinedlife:

Maria and PedroAugust 2014

You’re photography is just- ugh, I can’t put it into words..