Many theories exist as to why horses head shake. Two common theories are: Sensitivity to pollen in spring, known as seasonal pollen allergies
Pressure in the cerebral arteries usually due to age or environment.
The third class of head shaker not due to dust, pollen or age degeneration is the unfortunate horse who has suffered damage to his facial nerves. If the trigeminal ( facial nerve) is intact though damaged, it may over time strengthen and self repair.
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