I have one. She fits the description of drumrunner's mare to a t. Vet has been seing her for the last 20 years, no physical causes like ulcers (though she does get scoped every so often as ulcers are also often a result of cribbing), she gets plenty of exercise, is never stalled, lives in a large pasture with several horses including a lifelong buddy. She is also one who doesn't respond to any of the collars on the market, I've painted posts with many things over the years none of which stopped her. I have given up trying to "fix" her. She has a few favorite posts and at this point and her age, she can have her few pacifier spots and I will replace them when she is gone. I love her to pieces, I've had 25 years with her but she will without a doubt be the last cribber to call my farm home.
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