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  • My horse is breathin strangly

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    02-25-2013, 06:24 AM
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Foal
Unhappy breathing strangely help!!

I have had my horse since octoberish time, he is just turning three so I have decided to start lightly working him and getting him used to different things. I have taken him riding a couple of times and have found that he is breathing strangely on the way home which is normally up a hill but he has done it on the flat it doesnt seem affect his riding but I have only walked him, not done any trotting, catering as of yet. The breathing is as if he is taking a long wheezy inhaling breath he has done this a couple of times then coughed im not sure if its the hay he is eating and if its a little dusty as there is no grass in fields atm can anyone help? Please
     
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    02-25-2013, 11:20 AM
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Trained
Wet down his hay AFTER YOU CHECKED IT FOR MOLD....DON'T FEED MOLDY HAY. Wet it really well, in a tub or a wheelbarrow, discard the water and feed it. He should be doing better soon. If not, time for a vet call. You don't want to just let that go and ruin a young horse, right?
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    02-25-2013, 04:21 PM
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Foal
Yeah will try that and yes deffo wanted to know peoples views on it first before phoning a vet thankyou for the advice x
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