Three days of temperatures in the mid to high 90s with high humidity had people and animals alike searching for a way to cool off.
Freedom spent most of his time inside. His stall is in a bank barn and although I can’t remember the last time I actually put him in his stall (he hates to be stalled), I could barely get him out of it! Definitely, it was definitely the coolest place to be.
To help him stay comfortable I hosed him down a few times during the day, tried to keep his stall clean, and tried to get him to drink as much as possible — I kept the water as cool and clean as possible and soaked his grain until it was soupy.
What do you do to help your horse beat the heat?