Where is the Historic Roger Mills Preservation And Development Foundation in Cheyenne Oklahoma located?
It depends on the severity of the cut. If it is a deep cut, if it bleeds when the horse moves too much, or if the horse limps from the pain of it, then no, you should not ride the horse. However, if the horse doesn't limp because of it, if it doesn't bleed, and if it isn't very deep, then I think it should be OK to ride. Ask your vet to be safe.