A Foal Safe Plan


There was a good reason spinster Aunt Edna didn’t fancy having young children come visit. Filled with enticing nooks and crannies, trinkets and breakable objects of all kinds, her home was hardly “child proof.”

While you can tell a child, “Look, but don’t touch!” (with varying degrees of success), you can’t do the same with a foal. Think of foals the same way you would toddlers: they may be cute, but you can bet they’ll get into everything they possibly can.

Whether you are expecting a foal soon or already have one on the ground, foal-proofing the premises is a priority in order to keep the youngster safe.

**For the full article, pick up the March 2007 issue of HORSE ILLUSTRATED.**

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