As winter approaches, so does the prospect of mud — and plenty of it.
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Jay made a hasty transformation when he got home from Hickstead after being placed sixth in the working show horse class.
27-year-old Cara is now retired, but still loves rolling. Her owner wonders how she ever kept her clean enough to put a bridle on.
This 15-year-old Irish draught can’t get enough of mud and is never happier than when having a roll.
This little mare hates the summer with no mud to roll in.
Bay or grey? Rupert is barely recognisable after a bath.
This chap makes a dramatic transformation from show to field.
Colin can’t stay clean for long and enjoys a mucky roll in the arena.
Even when Connemara Rupert is clean he manages to make a mess. He loves nothing more than being covered in mud.
This retired gelding still manages to turn heads — whether clean or muddy.
Show mare Dusky scrubs up well, and is pictured looking pristine a week after resembling a mud monster.
Arab Iona has a talent for plastering herself in mud.
Warren Lamperd’s four-star eventer scrubs up so well her groom Suzanna Aromando won the Vicky Laing STX Equine Fitness Horse Care award at last year’s Burghley Horse Trials.