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        09-14-2012, 09:35 PM
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    what is he doing?

    So today I deside to take my horse out as I was injured and couldnt ride for a while but I got him out put his sport boots on and he starts to paw, I smack his chest and he stopped, then he did it again when I did his back boots so I smacked his chest again and he stopped. I longed him around with the boots and he did fine. Then I got the pad on he pawed I smacked. I got the saddle on he pawed. I smacked. I longed and he went fine both ways and cantered. Then I get him over to me and put the bridle on and he put up a little fight and then took it he wouldnt bend to the left but did fine down and to the right. So I worked a little with him in hand as he kept pawing :( and then took off the bridle and longed he did fine I took the saddle off and he was pawing. He walked away and went to roll. He got up I took a boot off and hung it up he rolled this went on for a while and when all 4 was off he layed down near harleys stall. He kept doing it but he pooped when I had him saddled and he was munching on grass earlier and had a big drink a few hours ago (that I saw) .

    So I let my moms horse and my boy lind of bullied him and that very much like him and I let my other boy out and they all go running and they seemed normal but I have never seen my boy roll so much before.. if he was itchy and the saddle rubbed would it cause him to roll so much?


    I didnt wanna ride and him go down with me on him. So I worked with him and he rolled over a few times.
         

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