Originally Posted by ~*~anebel~*~
Something that I have found to get rid of them which works most, but not all of the time is to buy the human wart freezer and use it only on the single largest wart. By doing this, the horse's immune system should kick in faster and get rid of them right away. If they don't start all falling off in about 2-4 weeks, then freeze off the next biggest one, etc...
No! Do not use human wart remover on a horse. Warts on a horse are typically in an area involving the delicate membranes - muzzle and eyes. A horse will not understand the burning sensation and attempt to rub the product off. Risk for eye damage is great.
If absolutely necessary - you can CRUSH the largest wart with a pliers. This supposedly kills the root and the remaining warts will die off more quickly.
However, they are just a virus and unless compound enough to interfere with eating, breathing or vision, please allow time for them to simply go away.