Posted 2017-04-21 2:26 PM (#7341212 - in reply to #7341172) Subject: RE: Raking teeth down trailer
Location: NW. Florida
This horse has to be moving even on his back, if you're moving him he's fine. If you stop him he goes to chewing on the bit, or something. If someone is tied beside him, he's got to mess with them. If he doesn't have something to do he tends to get into trouble.
Posted 2017-04-21 2:59 PM (#7341227 - in reply to #7341172) Subject: RE: Raking teeth down trailer
Miss Laundry Misshap
LOL! This SO sounds like my old man! There wasn't anything he doesn't do to make noise! Scrape the fenders, pop the rubber on the tire treads with his teeth to make them go Boing, untie himself, and all sorts of other goodies!
There wasn't much that we could do to prevent him doing this. Never thought of a muzzle. Now we have pens, so he can eat grass instead of trying to eat everything not edible.