Friesian Stallion stagger around the snow after his owner sets him free.

In the winter, every horse owner makes an effort to safeguard their animal by keeping them indoors. But the thing which they underestimate is their horse is gifted with a perfect winter coat by nature which protects them from the coldness of weather and keeps them warm. Horses are much more accustomed to cold weather than we can expect.

Which weather is comfortable for horses ?

According to the studies, horses are more comfortable in cold weather than in warm weather. If your horse is healthy, develops an adequate winter hair coat and has the right amount of nutritious food, it will feel more comfortable during winter. Horses become more energetic than normal during the winters and love to play outside in cold temperatures, which is completely contrary to what we believed.

Many horse owners share videos of their horses in which they are playing outside in the snow. They responded in a great and highly animated manner. After witnessing them play in the cold, one can comment about how happy they are. However, not every horse responds in the same way. When their hooves touch the chilly ground outdoors, some horses that do not even like to go outside in the winter begin to flee back to their stable.

Experience of Friesian Stallion in snow:

A video of a Friesian stallion having fun in the snow has become highly famous on youtube. After his owner releases him, he relishes the opportunity to remain outside and gallop joyfully through the snow. Many people like him for his appearance, and he looks really lovely when performing. The spectator finds it impossible to forget him because of the way he pumps up his heels in the snow.

Despite having a massive physique, he keeps frolicking around in the snow like no other day. His YouTube video got very popular, and many peoples forwarded the video to social media too. You can also enjoy this video on YouTube if you are a horse lover.




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