Pony was tested as extremely borderline so for now I am treating him as a lami risk and managing acccordingly. He is a 15 yr old Sec b and his only symptom was not moulting all of his winter coat, since I clipped him he looks so much better and is obviously happier. As he does very little work he is managed as a lami prone pony although I have his weight well under control and he is a happy and settled little chap. MY question is, going forward into winter, can he be allowed a little more grass once it stops growing and loses its nutitional value. I would prefer to leave him out as much as possible and as we are on clay, if he stays in his current small field it will soon turn into a mudbath, I would like to give him a bigger area from Nov-Mch ideally. It will have been grazed by my other pony and wont have much grass but the hedgerow and ditch side has a lot of longer, rough grass in it which will be left by Mr Fuss Pot, will that do the little one any harm?