Haha, Draft! I wonder about that sometimes, too.
Some of them just are that way. My sister in law's horse got himself into the worst situations. One time he got his foot caught under the barn wall in his stall (like a one inch opening) when he was rolling, when he was a foal he impaled himself on a fence post, every day he had something new he was banged up from. She says she could have seen him, left for an hour, and when she came back he'd have a new cut, bump, or scrape.
Hoover once cut all around one of his ears out in the field...I'm still trying to figure that out. Or he cut his bottom eyelid one time. Some of them really would be the ones who brought home report cards from Kindergarten that said "runs with scissors."
"Sit tall in the saddle, hold your head up high. Keep your eyes fixed where the trail meets the sky. And live like you ain't afraid to die...don't be scared, jut enjoy the ride." - Chris LeDoux