Right, SP, but some videos on Youtube are of the mare's entire ordeal. I watched from when the mare goes down to when EA was pulling the foal. There was no thrashing around of the mare, no extended waiting period, everything was normal. I'm an experienced mare midwife, I can recognize a normal birth.
I too thought that the people on the other board in the link JDI gave behaved liked little dirty mouthed children, but that doesn't cover up the fact that this lady does pull her foals out aggressively.
I can't believe (and I mean that literally) that this lady has had so many foal misrepresentations and complications. It just doesn't happen that often. In 17 years of foaling mares, we've have ONE leg back. ONE! EA probably claims defensively that the foal was in the wrong position when people jump on her for yanking, because she's claimed it more than once. I'm not saying the birth you watched wasn't "one leg back and the foal upside down" (which isn't that big of a deal. Reach in, cup the hoof with your hand, pull the leg out and deliver normally, upside down doesn't matter.) but just saying it doesn't happen as frequently as some people think.
A good horse is worth more than riches. ~ Spanish Proverb