Originally Posted by Alfie92
So I shouldnt be worried right?
If ir was clear I wouldnt be worries but as its white I wasnt sure what it could be.
White, thick fluid coming from the nose is not normal. It is a warning sign.
My mare had the same thing when she had an infection. I called the vet and she put her on antibiotics for a 10 day period. I caught it early, but vet said untreated it could easily turn into bronchitis or pneumonia. Don't ignore the warning signs of a respiratory infection. Both of my horses ended up getting it, and thus both were treated with antibiotics. It cleared right up.
I personally would call a vet and at least ask them. You may not need to get them out, but if I were a vet, I'd want to come out and check.