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        07-11-2011, 09:20 PM
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    Originally Posted by AbbeyCPA    
    Here is the original post, where she does in fact state her horse did not have issues before.



    "I have to use treats to get him to open his mouth" - have, not had, meaning she has to do so now, not before.

    This is why I believe it's a dental issue, not training. Even biting while she's tacking up - could be back pain, muscle soreness, dental related, stomach ulcers. A vet or chiropractor will have to come out to be sure. If all health related issues are ruled out, then I would begin different training approaches.
    This horse just doesnt like to be ridden.
         
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