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A vinegar bath can help to both cool your horse on hot summer days and prevent fungus on your horse's body. Just put a little vinegar in a bucket, add some water, and then run a sponge over its body. When dealing with leg fungus or crud, spray your horse’s legs with a 1:1 ratio of vinegar and water. You can do this every day to get rid of leg fungus, or a few times a week as a preventative measure.

Minna’s Corner, is a place where you can come for real equestrian tips, advice, and more from me, Minna! Being a horse owner is my favorite thing in the world, but it’s not always easy, and having others in the community to lean on has always helped me further my knowledge. So, whether you’re a seasoned pro, new to the community, or anywhere in between, join in on the conversation- at Minna’s Corner! Q: Did you know you can easily prevent fungus and hair loss on your horse’s face? A: These issues have always been an issue for me, and many other equestrians. I can