I have 3 at home, QHxTB, NF and Shetland. Ponies are 4 and in their summer coats i.e. shed winter woolies, pretty much. All out 24/7 in fields with lots of trees and hedges. They have free access to new, not draughty stables and hard standing area, and a constant supply of hay. They are hanging around the stables most of the time but must be in and out as all are wet. However, the ponies are shivering and the QH isn’t warm in his summer turnout! I am unsure what to do as I thought that natives were okay unrugged if they had hay and shelter! I also don’t have any Shetland or New Forest sized rugs as up til now I haven’t believed in rugging natives. But now I am not so sure. I shouldn’t let them shiver, should I? It’s not even that cold...but it’s very wet. Can put a thicker rug on the QH...unsure whether to get some pony rugs!