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post #11 of 12 Old 04-09-2014, 09:05 PM
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My half thoroughbred filly is EXTREMELY accident prone... 6th injury and she is only 18 months old.

A horse is so docile at nature that he would always rather do right than wrong, if only he could be taught to distinguish one from the other.
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post #12 of 12 Old 05-01-2014, 03:06 PM Thread Starter
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Ok, really? It hasn't even been a month! Seriously, horse!

Sad to say, but I went to the barn yesterday morning, Summer was limping AGAIN. This time the other leg - the right. Her injury is all healed up and all on her left, so I bring her in and give her her grain and then I check her leg. She lifted it to the touch, didn't want to stand on it all too well.

Came this morning and she was limping worse and her chest also looks a little swollen on the left side. *sigh* I assume she was playing around and pulled a muscle or two or ten the day before. Or she fell... Either way, I'll give her a couple of days of TLC and if she's not better will call the vet. The pain, as it always seems, is worse the next day.

I am gonna wrap that mare up in bubble wrap if she keeps it up!
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