Stables equip fans to keep horses cool

June 23, 2009 | 12:01 a.m. CDT
"Some of the biggest ways to tell if a horse is comfortable is in the eyes and the ears. If it's too warm and they're tired, you'll see the eyes drooping and the nostrils will flare heavily," says Clay Stem of the Stephens College Equestrian program. You will find large fans blowing air through the stables to keep horses cool during these hot summer months.

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