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post #11 of 115 Old 08-14-2012, 05:05 PM
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Wow, horses are definitely injury prone. Hoping he recovers fully without much of a scar!

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post #12 of 115 Old 08-14-2012, 08:40 PM
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Ouch, he did a great job on that one!!!
A friend of mine has a young horse that did a similar injury, but a little further forward right where the girth sits. It took a number of month for it to heal completely, but now is just a fine line with a small bump. It doesn't effect her in any way and she is out doing extremely well in dressage.

Best of luck, it will be a bugger of a wound to look after!

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post #13 of 115 Old 08-14-2012, 08:46 PM
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Oh my gosh thats horrid!

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post #14 of 115 Old 08-14-2012, 08:52 PM
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That is a wonderful job he did on himself, no half measures there

Hope he heals up good and quick for you, don't know if you can buy Underwoods in the UK but I thoroughly recommend it.
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Owieee!!! Hope he heals quickly!!

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Yeah, that's gonna leave a mark! Hoping he heals fast, poor guy!
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Ouch! Will be interesed to see the healing process on this one.

Someone flagged two of the photos as inappropriate, though, so I couldn't see all of them.
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Originally Posted by equiniphile View Post
Ouch! Will be interesed to see the healing process on this one.

Someone flagged two of the photos as inappropriate, though, so I couldn't see all of them.
I hate it when people do that. They are gory - as I warned - but all of an actual injury. If people keep horses then they should be aware of just the sort of injuries they can do to themselves.
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post #20 of 115 Old 08-15-2012, 04:57 AM
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i had a mare do a simular thin altough it was on her chest star post threw one side and out the other ..... i did not get stitches i used fly strike powder on the wound and it healed without a scar!!
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