I am still fairly new to the horse forum, but as some of you know I was training for barrels on my horse for this spring. She has had an accident and sliced the cornea of her eye
. She is my first horse so I was devestated and felt absolutely terrible bc I called her in the pasture and she was running towards me.....this was two weeks ago and I still am crying about it. I had the emergency vet out right away and then we went for surgery the next morning. He made all the repairs he could, he seems to be optimistic about saving the eye, she has lots of stitches and will prob have little or no vision in that eye. Now that the shock of the whole ordeal is over and I can think straight I am concerned with the "little" part.... Would it be scarier for her to see blurs or nothing at all. And NOW I wonder if saving the eye was the smart choice or should I have just had it removed in the first place??? I am so stressed out!!! On the UP side this happened two weeks ago and it is amazing to see how she has adjusted so quick
... but she is also wearing a guard over it keeping it closed. Has anyone had any experience with this type of situation, any advice would be such a relief???