I can't see the pics at work but its amazing.
You have to toddler proof everything for horses.
I remember two incidents at my old yard when I worked as a groom.
I was coming down for my shift and heard screaming, pelted to the other end of the yard and one of the school horses had kicked out at the other groom.. the screamer... and we had metal gates with 5 horizontal bars. She had one hind leg stuck through the first section and the other two down. I have never seen anything quite like it. But she was still trying to get at the ponies who had come to investigate.
Vet was called, sedated and the fire service had to cut her free. She basically skinned her legs, but was fine after 8 months of therapy for her legs.
Another was a haffy cross who ploughed through the fencing.. grass was greener on the other side.
Huge splinter of wood sticking out of her head and a nice lovely flap of skin. They say head injuries bleed a lot but I've never quite seen anything like it!
Jingles for your little 'un!!!