I have lots of questions but specifically I have a biting horse. When you reach out to pet him, or groom him, he will bite. We had a farrier out yesterday who worked on their hooves and looked them over (he works a lot with the vet for horses here) and this horse looks great. We are just petting the neck; no pains or sores.
I did what Monty recommended. I stand next to him and tap his leg when he turns to bite. What the has done is he now goes to bite and then reaches down and bites his leg. He doesn’t bite less, he now just bites himself more.
Do I continue with the leg tapping? Also, when I go to just stand with him and just lightly rub around his legs with my foot, like Monty suggests, he reaches down and bites his leg or tries to bite me foot.