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catbarber
Tenderfoot

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Posted - 03/05/2006 :  6:56:00 PM  Show Profile  Visit catbarber's Homepage Send catbarber a Private Message
Does anyone have an idea where to start looking for the cause of loin rubbing?

Hook
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Posted - 03/05/2006 :  7:30:15 PM  Show Profile  Visit Hook's Homepage Send Hook a Private Message
Welcome to the Forum.
Need a bit more information about what you mean by loin rubbing. I am not familiar with the term. Perhaps you can describe where it is and what it looks like. Perhaps a Picture?

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hmeyer
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USA
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Posted - 03/06/2006 :  11:16:24 AM  Show Profile Send hmeyer a Private Message
The first thing that came to my mind was colic. But then, that would actually probably be more like flank rubbing? I think the loin is actually on the back. Maybe the horse needs to see an equine chiropractor if it is having some pain in the back area. Or maybe a skin/itch problem?

... Uh oh. It just struck me that I am probably way off base here and you are probably talking about a saddle rubbing the loin? (Since this is in the tack section!!) If so, sorry.

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Edited by - hmeyer on 03/06/2006 12:51:21 PM
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