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When is it to hot to ride?

This requires some common sense as well as the information we will give you. Common sense pertains to how well your horse has been conditioned and how well you can interpret signs of distress and possible heat exhaustion in your horse. Temperature alone is not the guide but the combination of temperature and humidity. Temperature and humidity affect the way a horse eliminates heat during exercise. When the relative humidity exceeds 75 percent, the effectiveness of cooling by sweating is greatly… Continue

Added by DONNA ARRINGTON on June 12, 2010 at 11:13pm — 5 Comments

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