Why Is My Horse Sweating For No Reason?

One of the most common reasons for sweating in horses is when they sweat because their body temperature has risen. If you notice your horse sweating when their body temperature rises, it’s usually a good idea to check them over for any signs of colic or other problems that might be causing an increase in temperature.

If you spot anything unusual about your horse’s behaviour, such as becoming ill (vomiting, diarrhoea), collapsing or falling down suddenly, it’s probably worth checking with a vet to make sure nothing else is wrong – especially if there are no obvious signs that something is physically wrong!

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