A little extra work and planning can make the heat more bearable in the barns and during training.
By Spencer Jenkins
Wednesday, July 20, 2011 at 3:00 am (Updated: September 1, 7:46 pm)
When cutting grass, working in the yard or just milling around outside when a heat wave hits, most people can just step inside to cool off in the air conditioning. But what about Shelby's equine friends? There are not a lot of barns with AC pumping in.
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