Although I never seem to find time to ride, I do find time to admire the horses in spring sunshine among the buttercups. This time of year they wear grazing muzzles to keep from eating too much high sugar grass, but they keep trying. The constant movement is good for them. Horses are built to keep moving while they eat not such high quality forage. My too easy-keeping Morgans get low-carb hay pellets while they are locked away from grass all night.
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