It falls from the sky, slowly drifting, in a roundabout pattern. If you could catch it under a microscope before it melted, you’d notice a unique crystalline structure. It’s the stuff of childlike whimsy, and only happens when temperatures drop below 32 degrees Fahrenheit. It’s that magical, mesmerizing form of water known as snow that delights children of all ages, and horses, too.
Since horses work tirelessly throughout show season, during the winter most owners and trainers like to change up their horses’ routines by providing some downtime. This is most often accomplished through the use of turnout, but the one thing that will truly light up their eyes is being allowed to play in the snow.