12-15-2010, 07:44 PM
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I would say call a vet, and I do have to point out that you are doing it again. You did it with your friends horse as well. The "its life or death NOW NOW NOW" Not giving all the information, and hyping everyone up. How bad it is really. What have you done to help figure out what is wrong. It sounds to me like he's just sunbathing, enjoying the weather, and he's asleep so when something does make a noise he's jerking to, because that's what prey animals do. A slow response time generally means the horse is then dead in the wild. Is he sweating? Is he breathing hard aside from his occasional rolling? Is he just rolling, or thrashing/rolling violently? Have you actually gone out and tried to get him up or are you just watching him from inside the house?