Infographic: Sunburn and Horses

Sun damage is serious in horses. In this infographic, find how to protect you pink-skinned horses from the sun.
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Sun damage is a serious problem for some horses. It causes severe, painful blistering around sensitive areas, such as the eyes, muzzle, and flanks. Learn strategies for protecting your pink-skinned horse from the sun’s damaging rays in this in-depth infographic from The Horse.

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