12-15-2009, 11:20 PM
| || |
A horse at my old barn years back had a hunters bump from a girl who slammed down on his back every time she landed after a jump. He was terrible to ride. He'd throw his head, jump around, and cock his head awkwardly to the side in a way that made it really hard to do much of anything.
He's an extreme case-most of the ones I've seen are fine once you get the back and hind muscles strengthened.