I have been out in the barn half the night fretting over this now and I kept running my fingers down her spine and hips and there is one spot, fingertip in size, that I get a reaction from *sometimes* just a little less than halfway from her withers to her hips. She will just toss her head up a tad bit, hardly noticeable, and she does not do it everytime. Might also be because I have been bugging her half the night and she wants left alone. I am going to now call the chiro tomorrow and see if they can get her in before the vet comes to geld the boys on the 19th. I would much rather find out she is out of alignment because she does like to pull some crazy moves out in the pasture with her buddies than to find out she has ulcers. I have 2 already that came to me with the ulcers and already am trying to get that taken care of. The omeprazole came today in the mail for them, so yay on that much! Honestly other than the flank and stomach areas being touchy, I do not see any other symptoms of ulcers. She is downright fat right now, actually got put on a diet this week. Easy keeper and always has been, never coliced and normal gut sounds. I am really leaning towards chiro or massage problems now.
Obviously I have probably spent way to much time thinking on this now and that is bad when there is no one to get a hold of that can come look at her.
Now I know I am not going to get any sleep, this is bugging me!
You know how to make a miniature horse even smaller? Leave them in the dryer a little longer!
"Don't ever regret something that once made you smile"
Last edited by minihorse927; 03-02-2012 at 01:46 AM.