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My horse is 'washing her grain'

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    06-25-2013, 09:09 PM
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Yeah no that theory is not sound in my opinion.

But it *could* be a symptom to something else as farmpony suggested.

Sky used to dunk his hay and when we moved barns he stopped. For him it was definitely an anxious thing, or he may have found the hay to be dusty. Either or.

Congrats on your horse, OP :)
     
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