Riding and Ground Training
Chevy came to us on 6/7/2010. He came in with Dixie. Chevy had been colicing for 2 days. They were in deplorable conditions and they were starving. The vet call us, Laine Hill, DVM and asked if we could take them. Dr. Hilton took over his care when he arrived and he was touch and go for 2 more days. He has coliced since then. He is a kind gentle horse but he hasn't been ridden in awhile. He will kick the stall panels and break them if he doesn't like the horse beside him. He uses a Waterford Bit. 8/10/18 Chevy has started biting people as they walk down the stall aisle. I believe it is because people are feeding treats by hand and he is reaching out trying to get something. He doesn't do it in the pasture but we do have heavy traffic of volunteers coming through. If it continues, we may need to put a muzzle on him during the hours we are open, in the stall only.
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