Thanks for all your concern. I did what I was instructed by two different vets. One I know for a fact does everything he can for animals. The man does farm calls in the morning and works all afternoon and evening at the clinic. All he does is work on animals and sleep. The second vet agreed with his decision to give him medicine. He was not in the mud he was out in grass. Around him became muddy with the rain and him moving around and us trampling around. Please do not think I left him out in the mud. Actually he was moving around the area just not getting up. He would eat around him and then move to another area to eat. Vet said it was not collic or he would not still be eating or drinking. The meds should have taken care of collic or a hurt leg either way. I also kept any sore that were made during the process sprayed with horse heal and kept him covered in fly spray. I feel terrible and wish I could have gotten him up. There was three of us pushing, pulling, flipping him to the other side, whatever we could think of. I can only assume it was his time to go. Even talking to the vet last night again he said there wasn't anything he could do I hadn't.