Why horses are girthy – it’s not always gastric ulcers

Why horses are girthy - it's not always gastric ulcers

A girthy horse may have ulcers, or need a saddle fitting, chiropractics, a vet exam, or many other reasons. Kissing spine and skin problems under the saddle and tack may contribute, too.

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