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  • Barbed wire fetlock injury horse
  • Spur scars

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    02-12-2012, 10:29 PM
  #41
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Nothing terrible but a few injuries.

A slice to his left rear fetlock via barbed wire. A puncture from something on his left elbow.. it was so deep.. over 2 inches :( I could fit my pinky in there.

And then a few old injuries that look like he flipped over backwards and hurt his spine.. lots of spur scars, a few nasty bites, he has a big bump on his head probably from an old injury (he was SO headshy when I met him) and lots of scratches on the insides of his legs.

Don't have any pictures except the puncture (after it was stitched up.)

     
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    02-13-2012, 07:43 AM
  #42
Yearling
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Originally Posted by LuckyRVT    
Im putting my New horse in a padded stall. I would/will loose it if she gets injured, poor baby. These are some pretty nasty wounds!

LOL we always say we are going to wrap Comanche in bubble wrap.
     

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