I'm starting to cry again writing this.
I took Ejie out today to work, and I threw on an old/cheap aussi saddle for variety. She moved and it kind of slipped to the side, this doesnt bother her with my english we went over it, but with this one she totally spooked.
She got away from me and took off running, not it was competley on her side.
She tried to jump the fence, we have the hot wite insulators that cover the t-post but she hit the fence first knocked the line and fell back onto it.
She impaled herself on the t-post.
She was hysteric and ran around for a good 4 minutes while I tried to catch her, she ran me over, she got blood everywhere.
My mom was about to call 911 thinking I was bleeding after she ran me over but it was all hers.
She hit an artery and there was blood all over the stall walls, Fable, the water tank, me, the ground. . .
This has been one of the worst experiences of my life.
The vet stuck his whole hand into the puncture wound to stop bleeding, she was very woozy at this point and wobbling around friom the blood loss.
She tore through all the muscles etc. my vet kept say how lucky she didnt hit her lung, she is a smidge away from it hitting her chest cabavity and callasping her lung.
He has sewn together the different layers, and sew in a drain tube.
Her shoulder got torn open he pull the skin back and sew that up, its draining down with the other wound, the t-post exited there. . .
She is locked in her stall now.
I feel like the worst person ever.
I got out every hour to see her and give her hay to occupy.
The vet will be out in 5 days to hopefully remove drain and bring good news, however we could still lose her and its terrifying.
This is all I can type right now, I don't want to lose my girl
I have some names for professional trainers that specialize in arabian and saddlebreds and that is where we are starting when heals, if she makes it though
After she calmed down, this is 30 min after it happened still waiting for vet
My poor ejie girl I don't even diserve her anymore she is so smart and wondering and just willing. She is such a great little horse she has to make it through