Setting up a self-trim station for wild horses, or those who are not halter trained can be a great way to help long hooves naturally wear down.
From how their eyes work to just how well they can see, there are a plethora of facts to learn all about the vision of horses. You are sure to find these 9 facts about horse vision very interesting!
There are several reasons a horses eyes might be covered but they aren’t all what you might think. Let’s look at why you would cover a horses eye or face.
Just as with dogs and cats, there are a variety of reasons for gelding horses and a good amount of science behind the whole process. There are many advantages and some are more widely thought of than others when it comes to having a horse gelded.
When you have a horse, hair loss is one of those things that you don’t consider being an issue until it happens. There are several reasons a horse might lose hair.
Does your horse have tears in his eyes? What does that mean? Is your horse crying or sad? Horses don’t cry due to sadness but they do shed tears for other reasons.