Spring often marks the beginning of new things. New buds on trees, new songbirds singing and as all equestrians know, a new summer coat for horses. This transition means you need to consistently groom your horse to keep them looking their best.
As the temperatures grow colder, rain, snow, and ice accumulate in outdoor spaces and make barn work a muddy nightmare. Aside from the unappealing aesthetic of soggy, mud-encrusted horses, there are real risks associated with mud.