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Kicking & Pawing During Grooming?

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  • Horse kicks grooming
  • Pony pawing whilst being groomed

 
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    04-21-2010, 05:08 PM
  #21
Green Broke
My horse use to do this when I stabled her. She stopped once I moved her to the pasture. For gidget it was caused by being bored. She didn't want to stand there while being groomed but she doesn't seem to mind it as much now..she still might paw some.

Just ignore the pawing and keep grooming...when you are grooming just check for cuts,bumbs,sores,etc....
     
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    04-21-2010, 08:47 PM
  #22
Foal
He might have a issue with a certain place. Like my soral pony gizmo panics and just freaks out when I tighten the girth and it's in one particular places........i hope I helped you?
     
    04-21-2010, 08:48 PM
  #23
Foal
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Originally Posted by gidget    
my horse use to do this when I stabled her. She stopped once I moved her to the pasture. For gidget it was caused by being bored. She didn't want to stand there while being groomed but she doesn't seem to mind it as much now..she still might paw some.

Just ignore the pawing and keep grooming...when you are grooming just check for cuts,bumbs,sores,etc....
I agree totally that is genious...
     

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