my horse bites his side frequently, is this a sign of a problem?
Have owned Horse 10 yrs, he is a TWH, 18 yrs old, ridden ~ 5 day/week, w/ westen saddle ~c 1 - 2 hrs / day on trail, at a walk; some gating at end of walk.
Has it been dewormed lately? Lice would show but the master Ward first responded with the comment on worms.
I'm not much aware of this. Please consult an expert.
He could just be biting at flies. Get some fly spray and spray it on him. If that doesn't work, he could have a medical problem. Call the vet and talk to him about it.
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