Re: Are PPID/IR horses ever touchy when it's cold?


jmc
 

Tanna,

Having thought about this some, that's my current working theory - that he's getting shocked or anticipating one. He has gotten quite reactive to static shocks this year - I'm not sure if pulling the Back On Track mesh off of him is causing static (those BoTs do get staticy!) or if he's anticipating. I've had him react to just a sound that's sort of like a static sound, silly boy.

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Jodi
June 2018
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