Okay this is kinda weird to ask but
Do you think he could just be ermmm "gassy' and needs to buck to get it out of him? I was at a rodeo a while back and this girls horse bucket her off at the first barrel and he was tooting while bucking! My mom said he was tooting a lot before he started bucking.
And today when I turned him out he galloped down the chute which he usually doesnt do (usually just lopes and trots down) s he galloped down the chute and once he got into the pasture he just kept galloping and bucking like crazy!! And of course tooting!
Do do you think he just wanted to bucking because he was a little gassy or I was thinking that maybe in the pasture today he just wanted to pop his back or something??
It is sooo not him he never just goes on a "fun run" in the pasture so this was very odd!