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    02-23-2012, 11:04 PM
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Yearling
Horse acting weird?

Okay so last may I got my Paint Gelding. He was a dream to ride, could ride him bareback and go anywhere. Agust came and we went trail riding and he would stop and not go and went down and rolled once. And after that he's a pain to try to get forward. And when he is its a pain to keep him moving. Next week we are going to the vet then hopefully the trainers. But even when I ride bareback, with halter, he wont listen. He also cokes when he eats so we have to give handfuls over 20 minutes to him so he wont choke but still has some problems, he's normal weight and tuesday im deworming him.

What could it be? Any ideas?
     
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    02-23-2012, 11:34 PM
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Showing
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Originally Posted by HarleyWood    

What could it be? Any ideas?
It could be a number of things, but only a vet can confirm or deny via tests. I hope it's nothing serious.
     

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