Survey Attempts To Find Cause Of Headshaking

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Researchers at De Montfort Universityâs (DMU) School of Agriculture in the United Kingdom are getting closer to putting a halt to headshaking, a problem that plagues some horses for an unknown reason while being ridden. The National Equine Headshaking Survey (NEHS) began at DMU in 1997, headed by Daniel Mills, MRCVS. Researcher and PhD student Kathy McCormick says, "DMU now

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