Posted 17-Aug-2020 14:42:50
Category: Broadstone Equine

So I had written a blog post a while ago on how best to deal with heat stress, and was about to re-post it, and then I saw this article by Dr. David Marlin on the U.S. Eventing Association's website, and honestly, he says it much better than I did. On a day when Death Valley is 130 degrees, a global (yes global!) record, we can all be thankful we aren't dealing with that kind of heat, but temperatures across the U.S. are high enough that we need to ensure our horses are given the best chance to perform safely and successfully.

Here's a link to the article:

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