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 Spring Cleaning your Horse Stable 
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Spring Cleaning your Horse Stable
by: Lois Hunt




It’s that time of year again. Your horse’s humble home has taken a beating from the wind, rain and freezing temperatures all winter. You’ve most likely mucked out the stable as fast as you can in a bid to get back in the warm. Now finally, spring is here, the sun is starting to make a more regular appearance and now is the perfect time to really spruce up your stable and keep your horsey happy!

Start off by putting the horse out to pasture. He can have a good gallop around the field leaving you free to work undisturbed. You will need a wheelbarrow to transport the dirty bedding, a shovel and your brush which should only be used in and around the stable.

First off, give the floor a really good sweep out. Make sure to get into all the corners and get rid of every last bit of bedding. Next, look up. Chances are there are huge black cobwebs hanging off the roof that you haven’t even noticed. Get them all down with your brush but try not to hurt the spiders!

It is a good idea to wash and disinfect the floor now to remove any urine and manure that’s soaked through. After this your stable should be smelling and looking lovely.

If you haven’t already, consider getting wall mounted tool holders to keep all your tools on. The stable will look much tidier for it and you won’t be able to trip over your shovel.

When you’re satisfied you’ve done a great job you can put the new bedding down, bring your horses feeder, any buckets and toys back in and of course the horse itself. If your horse gives you the nod of approval you’re then free to go about other business, have a cup of tea or pour yourself a much deserved, large glass of wine.

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Regal Stables are UK based manufacturers of quality, affordable horse stables and field shelters.
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http://www.regalstables.co.uk




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