1. vet's phone number
2. list of your horse's normal vitals
5. Betadine or chlorhexidine solution or scrub---for cleaning wounds, initial treatment of skin issues, disinfecting items
6. triple antibiotic ointment---the best choice for most wounds. Furacin is no longer in my first aid kit because we know that it actually slows healing and can promote proud flesh. No caustic powders, sprays, etc either because most of them will slow healing.
7. diapers for hoof wraps, bandaging woulds that are bleeding alot, etc
8. Sheet cotton for leg wraps
9. Roll gauze--again for leg bandages
10. non-stick wound pads (telfa's)
11. duct tape---for hoof bandages and many other uses
13. polo wraps
14. bute---for wounds, fever, lameness issues
15 Banamine--for colic but only after taking horse's vitals and contacting the vet.
16. sterile saline for flushing eyes or wounds---the big bottles that contact user's keep for cleaning lenses
17. epsom salts--for soaking feet
18. hoof knife and hoof pick
19. clean bucket
20. halter and lead
21. an old pair of hose/tights for helping to bandage legs (cut them at the top and cut off the foot and they make nice slip on bandages to go over things like telfa pads to help hold them in place.
That's all I can think of right off.
Licensed Veterinary Technician