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    11-24-2011, 12:45 PM
Horse Cow Kicking

My horse Hustler has been acting like he is going to cow kick. He started this yesterday and did it about 5 times today. He just lifts up his leg out towards me a little but he does it slowly like he knows he shouldn't. I have started riding him in an english saddle since Sunday, so I am thinking that this might be the problem. I think that it might be causing him to be sore like it doesn't fit. I am just hoping that it is a phyisical problem and not a mental problem. He has never kicked or done anything like that before, so I am sure that it is a soreness issue. Can anyone give me any tips or information on this issue?

cow kicking, horse health, sore back

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