Join Date: Jan 2010
Location: Gloomy Indianapolis
I hate to repeat whats been said already but it does sound like there could be a teeth issue. A friend of mines gelding did this and when the dentist came out his whole jaw was out of alignment, had to have some major work. He was a different boy afterwards. If not, I would say you need to try a different bit. May I ask what kind of training he has? How old? What do you do with him. I have never had an issue like this, but I have spoken with people that say their horse does much better bitless. I don't know if its an option for you, but if you exhaust the other options you might consider it.