She was doing flemen response, (putting her lip up in the air). We just laughed but she kept doing it and she stopped eating hay. Then she walked over to the other end of the barn and started to lay down in the isleway.
She got to her knees then got back up but I was worried so me and my mother agreed to go get the current barn manager to get a diagnoises on the problem she was having.
Well he came down and immediatly started saying there was nothing wrong and that horses are alot more durrible than of what we thought.
He also said that the girl that showed horses that was a daughter of the owner of the stables knew more than me becuase she showed horses that were worth $50,000. And when I said that I was just concerned about my horse becuase a horses condition can change in a heart beat, he said, and I quote: "your wrong little girl! A horse can't change it's condition like that" he also said that a horse will spit out anything poisonous or untasty. Is he right about these things or should I consult someone else about my filly?