Hello I've got a little Irish mare who sometimes bronks when you get on (I'm talking major rodeo). Last summer we linked it to painful seasons (it happened religiously for 1 day every 23) so she's been put regumate and has been better but she still occasionally feels like an unexploded bomb and has had 1 minor getting on bronk. I suspected ulcers so started her on acid ease which has definitely led to significantly more good days, but shes still a bit up and down. She seems worse after a cold night (the recent bronking happened after a night that was forecast to be warm but wasn't so I'd under rugged). For those of you with ulcer horses are yours worse if they get cold? What else sets them off? She is out 247 with access to a bedded down shelter which she sleeps in and always has hay or grass. She is fed Thunderbrooks organic fusion to mix the regumate and acid ease into. I've got the vet coming next week for vaccinations so was planning to discuss scoping then.