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        07-12-2013, 10:59 AM
    He loves his dish rubbed. He really loves when I take a curry comb and lean really hard and SCRUB his back.
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        07-12-2013, 11:41 AM
    Cash is the itchiest horse I've ever known! Neck, chest, withers, girth, belly, rib cage, top of the tail will all cause serious stretching out, with lip quivering or teeth nibbling in enjoyment. He will often stretch himself out so much to get all those itchy spots groomed, that he will lose his balance and nearly fall over.
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        07-12-2013, 12:33 PM
    I had been searching for Faydes "ooohh yeah!" spot since I got her last year, and only last night found that one special itchy place. She has a lot of "that's nice" spots, but none have been that one, lip wiggling, dreammy face, spot until last night.

    I was going over her for ticks and just happened to find one on her belly just behind her heart girth. Once I pulled the nasty thing off I ran my fingernails back over the area to make sure there weren't any others. As I scratched around in a cowlick there, her nose stretched out and her lip poked out and started wiggling like crazy.

    After all this time, I finally found that one spot!!
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        07-12-2013, 01:16 PM
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    Henny loves anywhere! Seriously, he's a scratchy spot pig. I found his "OMG" spot when he was just 2 weeks old. Right at the base of his neck in the center of his chest. He'll stretch his neck and wiggle his lip. When he was 2 weeks old, he'd "scratch" me back by lipping my arm, but he doesn't do that anymore. Now it's anywhere on his neck, head(he'll tilt his head and lean into you like a dog), his withers, his back, right on top of his rump on his "butt arrow" and his tail head.

    He also loves having his sheath cleaned. That's another "neck stretched, bite anything nearby" itchy spot.
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