It hasn’t rained here in weeks and she was fine yesterday. I brushed the one on top and seems she had rolled in manure. I am wondering if it’s a sting of some sort. She’s not sore to the touch, hasn’t messed with it. Very strangeOdd for the shape to be that perfect. Looks like rain rot above it in that other patch
That would cause the raised look. The shape unless it is a burn or scald of some sort would not be that perfect.
It’s too late in the horse world to change the name of “rain rot” to something else but please know it does not have to rain for a horse to have rain rot. If the horse lived in the desert and was prone to skin issues, it could develop rain rot. Some horses are prone to it, others not so muchIt hasn’t rained here in weeks and she was fine yesterday.
The only thing I have changed is fly spray and I did put a lot on the day before this popped up. Also, we’ve got some trees blooming and their yellow flowers are attracting bees. Might be a combo of all of this — today she looks so much better.That's a hive. My horse use to get them. He was allergic to calf manna!