08-15-2012, 09:54 PM
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Just based on this information, here would be my plan.
Step 1) Stop riding altogether until you get this sorted out.
Step 2) Find a GOOD equine vet or vet school to work with.
Step 3) Follow their advice.
If the chiro helped before, I would keep using one. It takes many visits to make permanent progress. Also, you don't mention the physical condition of the horse, or what kind of experience he has, or what kind of work you want to do with him.
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