Horse Cribbing

So my horse is a cribber. If you don’t know what cribbing is here is a quick definition: cribbing is a behavior in a horse where they grasp a solid object such as a fence post with their incisor teeth and arch their neck, contracting their lower neck muscles to relax the larynx, or voice box. Air then rushes into the horse’s esophagus, casing a grunt, before the air heads back up and out of the horse.

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