After spending a very sunny week in Corfu, I returned on friday to find my coblet to be very very woolly. Well, he's a woolly boy at the best of times but the difference in the week Ive been gone is ridiculous!
I rode him out for about an hour yesterday morning and he was so sweaty when we got back. Im not keen on clipping him just yet as he'll need rugging so will try and manage it for as long as possible.
I panicked the other day, when I looked at Milo's back legs I thought they looked puffed up (and after his infected mud fever last year I went into panic mode!) - turned out it was the previous day's mud dried in and under the feathers and fluffier hairs that are appearing DOH, blonde moment - once over with the brush and he was fine
Oscar is starting to get fluffy ever so slightly but he's a bit of a wimp so has been rugged at night for a couple of weeks now... cant clip him without broken bones or sedation from the vet so it's easier for me to rug now and try to prevent him getting too floofy!
Hardcore Poppy the welsh isn't showing any signs of getting hairy at all.
Dancer was extremely fluffy.... but now no longer just did her first clip this winter and just took nearly all of it off! (not her legs, face or saddle patch).
Row isnt too fluffy yet but have some lessons planned so gonna take a little bit off tomorrow.
Lola is a little fluff ball!!!