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    10-18-2010, 12:36 AM
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Belly ache

Caleigh did great at her first schooling show today but now that we are home she has a bit of a belly ache. Not colicy though. She's alert and moving with gut sounds. Currently we are walking in the arena as I'm typing this. My trainer gave her 1000lbs of banamine and I've been walking her for about 30 minutes. She's had one small poop mostly solid with a little bit of an upset tummy. I think it was all the excitement being at a new show and new place and she probably was a bit stressed!
Please wish her well and happy thoughts . Pictures when I get home!!!
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    10-18-2010, 03:20 AM
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Trainer just texted me. She just checked on her before heading home and heard good gut sounds, she's interested in carrots and she's alert. She gets most of this week off.
     

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