Should you wash mud off horses’ legs?

should you wash mud of horses legs? Horses stood at gate in a field

The question ‘should you wash mud off horses’ legs’ is a heavily debated on every yard. Tackling mud is a tricky one with horses, as we strive to keep our horses clean but also their health in tip-top shape. In a constant battle against the weather, you’ll never find a horse owner too far away from a stiff dandy brush in an attempt to scrub away layers of mud. We took a closer look to see which is better for our horse’s health, well-being and appearance, plus we found some…

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