Solitary Confinement

There are few things sadder than a horse not in contact with other horses. A herd animal by nature, the horse always feels safest and most content when in company of others of his kind; isolation doesn’t come naturally to him. But in certain situations, isolation might be just what the doctor ordered—both to preserve his own health, and to protect the health of the equines around

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