Wildfire-Season Prep

If you live in an area vulnerable to wildfires, having a well-thought-out written plan can make the difference between safeguarding your horses and losing them in a fire. Your plan should include reducing the fire hazard around your place, touching base with local animal-services officials, creating an evacuation plan, and considering ID methods for your horses. For help creating such a plan now, before fire season begins, go to HorseandRider.com for “Protect Your Horses from Wildfire.”

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