Trends Revealed in Headshaking

A recent study completed at the University of California, Davis, has given researchers more clues in understanding and alleviating headshaking in horses. The survey study suggested that headshaking appears more often in geldings beginning at the mean age of nine, that the condition is often triggered or aggravated in many horses by the same

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