This weird weather definitely takes horse keeping to a more challenging level. I left home one day last week to run a few errands, wasn't even gone two hours before the sunny skies turned into an ominous grey and the wind picked up drastically. The bottom fell out as I turned onto our road. You barely see with the wind blowing the rain so hard to the side it was comparable to staring at a wall. It left quite a bit of damage through the county for the whole ten minutes it took it to blow through.
I made it home only to find Rose and Rumor just huddling it out in rain. Rose is not your usual horse in this type of weather. We've noticed over the year she's been with us if she's out in the rain, rather than turn her tail to the wind and torrential downfall, she faces it head on. She will not turn her tail to the weather. I went out to get them so they could dry out in their stalls (the rain was bitter cold) and I pulled out the cellphone and tried to get the image. You can faintly make out Rumor was standing against the weather like normal but Rosie was headfirst, head tucked beside Rumor's rear.