Posts By: Three Oaks Equine Veterinary Services

Q: ”I often trail ride with a group of friends. This spring I’ve noticed that while their horses sweat on warm days, my horse hardly feels damp even under his saddle pad. Also, it seems like any amount of exertion causes him to breathe harder or more quickly than he should. Sometimes I will even see his nostrils flaring just standing in the field or in his stall on a warm day, even when we haven’t ridden at all. I haven’t heard him cough and he doesn’t seem sick in any way. Should I be concerned?” –Jessica L.