A. This is actually a question that could have quite an expansive answer. Headshaking can take lots of forms:
- The head toss seen with play behavior and inter-male aggression;
- The occasional shake seen after rolling or with insect avoidance;
- Rhythmic nodding; and
- Excessive, troublesome headshaking during work
We do see some horses that standing at rest in their stall perform a rh
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