01-24-2011, 11:18 AM
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From watching that video, I think she defiantly is or limited. She certainly is beautiful though, and there is no reason why you couldn't ride her in the future or anything, but you to have to make your pasture safe and such with a blind horse. They can get into things really easily. IDK if you saw the mare I was looking at that was blind, but I have the experience and the facility. Wish you were closer because I would take her in for a while until you could get better situated. I just have a totally cleared off field with a smaller fenced in area. My friends horses is blind and she has a bigger pasture than I do, with some trees and stuff. She has other horses and a pony that kind of lead him around. But he just got used to the area and knows where things are. They adjust to their area after time. Gizmo couldn't find his water bucket and feed trough when he got here, because his sight is limited to one eye. But he knows it fairly well now. He still bumps and runs into things, that is just what they do because they don't know where it is. Where did you get her from? It seems like they would have done a check up on her eyes and everything as well. Is she pregnant? Is there anyway you can leave her on stall rest for now anyways and just lead her out to grass to eat?