Our Fall Favorites: From the Archives

Today marks the first day of fall! Here in Texas, we celebrate this season because it's the first sign we'll be getting a break from the heat and humidity of summer. The leaves will soon start turning beautiful hues of orange, yellow and red, but even more importantly - we can ride in more comfortable conditions for a little while.

Like going through our closet and pulling out our favorite hoodies, jackets, and scarves in preparation for cooling temps, we are pulling out a couple of our favorite fall articles.

We found the article, The Horse Owner's Fall & Winter Checklist, from Valerie at Gray Horse Publishing to be especially useful while preparing our barns and horses for the fall and winter season ahead.

THE HORSE OWNER'S FALL & WINTER CHECKLIST "We’ve seen a slight decrease in temperatures slowly but surely as we enter the first few days of fall in East Texas... Here are a few tips to prep your barns and pastures for the winter."

THE HORSE OWNER'S FALL & WINTER CHECKLIST

"We’ve seen a slight decrease in temperatures slowly but surely as we enter the first few days of fall in East Texas... Here are a few tips to prep your barns and pastures for the winter."

MOORE'S MINIATURE HORSE BARN "Because sometimes life calls for a little less than standard living conditions." Will your animals be safe and secure from the elements this winter? We can customize your horse barn to meet the needs of smaller animals, such as miniature horses, donkeys, sheep, and goats. Learn more about our miniature horse barn options HERE.

MOORE'S MINIATURE HORSE BARN

"Because sometimes life calls for a little less than standard living conditions."

Will your animals be safe and secure from the elements this winter? We can customize your horse barn to meet the needs of smaller animals, such as miniature horses, donkeys, sheep, and goats.

Learn more about our miniature horse barn options HERE.

How do you prepare for fall and winter? 

Do you change your routine when the temperatures drop?