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"I wonder if she could have a mental problem"


Dear Keith...

Thursday, December 8, 2005

Hi, my name is Cyndi. I have a 6 year old quarter horse mare. About 50 percent of the time she come and the other she just acts CRAZY. Sometimes when I go to put her up for the night she comes at me rearing so high she can barely keep from falling backwards, & trying to kick me, and when this happens its continous for about 15 mins. She has also had times when I was on her back, she would be calm and then out of no where she would just go nuts. So, I wonder if she could have a mental problem or is there a way to correct this dangerous problem. Desperately seeking help, Cyndi S

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