Readers Reveal Their Horses’ Habits

More than 1,000 readers of TheHorse.com responded to a poll asking, “What ‘bad habits’ do your horses have?”
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More than 1,000 readers of TheHorse.com responded to a poll asking, “What ‘bad habits’ do your horses have?”

Results were as follows:

  • Cribbing/chewing on wood, etc.: 49.32% (505)
  • Other: 28.42% (291)
  • Bucking: 15.33% (157)
  • Biting: 14.06% (144)
  • Kicking: 11.62% (119)
  • Weaving: 9.96% (102)
  • Rearing: 7.91% (81)

Readers shared their thoughts in the comments below. While many indicated that their horses are perfect, the rest of us might find some guidance from the article”Keeping Stalled Horses Happy,” as well as resources on behavior!

Results of weekly polls from TheHorse.com are published in The Horse Health E-Newsletter. Published every week, this e-newsletter offers news on diseases, veterinary research, health events, and in-depth articles on common equine health conditions and what you can do to recognize, avoid, or treat them. Sign up for our e-newsletters using the form above or on our e-newsletter page

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Erin Ryder is a former news editor of The Horse: Your Guide To Equine Health Care.

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