anyone ever have a horse that just absolutely HATES turnout. my gelding lost weight over the summer. I blamed it on his dislike of heat, bugs, colic episodes, etc. finally found a grain he cleans up, treated him for ulcers, got a gut supplement that has kept the colics at bay and put him on a routine of turnout just while I do stalls during the summer and unlimited hay in stall and he started gaining weight. its cooled down now and bugs are minimum if any so I put him back on normal turnout again but back to same problem. he dropped weight again. I really don't think he likes being out and I think he stresses when he is out past "his limit". nobody picks on him or anything to make him hate it he enjoys the company of 2 of the mares he just has his limit and then he is done and just wants to relax in his stall. he is always sleeping in his stall. he lays down the most out of any of the horses and that's where he seems the most relaxed. anyone ever deal with this? how can I help him enjoy being out. I want to give him as much time out as possible because he does stock up but it seems the more I try to give him time outside with plenty of hay and grass the more weight he loses regardless of the amount of feed being put into him.