Girth galls are sores that form just behind the horse's elbow created by the girth pinching and rubbing the loose skin. They can be very painful and hard to get rid of.
What do you do if your horse develops a girth gall?
Do you change your tack immediately or use an ointment to help close the wound?
Share your knowledge and help with this challenge!
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