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        07-26-2010, 07:20 PM
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    My brothers horse was acting up at the county fair and bucked and at first we thought it was because he wasn't by his pasture buddy but we found out it wasn't that. Then we thought that it was this new hay from my friend and I did some research and heard about Tansy Ragwart and I was wondering if it could be in the hay or even in our area (baldwin-Woodville WI(by menomonie))

    Thanks so much
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        07-26-2010, 07:30 PM
    Before anyone can provide any help, we need to know more about what you saw and how you have ruled out any other issues. If this is the first time it happened. If it was the first time at an event? If there was anything at all new about the situation? Etc.
        07-26-2010, 07:38 PM
    Well he it was the first time he has acted this way since the 2 years we have had him and we know it wasn't because he was away from my horse because she is allways away from him and then we thought it was his saddle pad but that wasn't it and now were checking the saddle pad and saddle for any pokey weed but we haven't found any.
        07-26-2010, 08:25 PM
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    It could be anything from anxiety to eye problems to temper tantrums to foot problems and on and on and on, but from your posts I am going to assume it is a training issue and would advise you to seek more experienced help in person to assist you with the exact problem you are having.

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