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[RC] Riding a wet horse - Skyla Stewart

Riding wet is no problem, I like to hose mine off before I ride during the summer and start wet. The one thing I would suggest is: IF it is cool or still raining/misting when you get back, you need to address keeping the horse from getting chilled. The difference between the horse starting wet from rain is the underneath next to the skin is probably dry. Once you break that "seal" from riding or sweat, brushing, etc then the horse no longer has the layer of protective dryness. You don't want to put up an animal that is wet next to its skin if the weather isn't friendly.

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