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        09-04-2010, 12:26 AM
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    Question new stable & constantly running

    My horse was just moved to a new stables, we made a point that he gets alot of food ( we need him a smidge heavier for the winter ), and I have been checking up on this, and he has been getting a good amount of food. However, the problem is that he will no stop running & walking the fence. He is currently in quarintine. Anyway, its near the end of his 2 weeks, and he is not thin, just very slim. Throughout this whole thing, I really didn't want to do much work, if he was running all day, I was always worried about riding that night. Anyway, now his muscles are a bit weaker, and I was just wondering what the healthiest plan of action is from here, should I not ride at all until he settles down, or....?

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