Originally Posted by DraftyAiresMum
How does your saddle fit? What bit is he in? When were his teeth last checked/floated? Has his back been checked for soreness?
Honestly, when a horse's behavior changes suddenly like that, pain should be the first thing ruled out by a vet and/or equine chiropractor.
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His saddle is nearly perfect. My trainer checked. He used to get a sore back, I got him a new saddle pad and he's great now. No more sore back. Im using an argentine shank bit, 5 inch shanks. He used to work good in this bit. Unsure about the teeth, he sat in a pasture for 2 yrs. I kinda rescued him, but trainer said that's not his problem. Im getting his teeth done soon, in march.