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    07-13-2008, 04:06 AM
Ouch . A lot of these made me shudder.
I Have a few but i'll share one with you guys. I was riding a new horse at my barn and he's a warmblood but he's very awkward and lanky and he's very heavy in the front, so I tried to keep him collected the whole time. I went over a few jumps then gave him a break and started to canter, he completley tripped and fell on me. I thought that Wow that wont happen again...two days later I get on I jump him over a vertical and we went to do a roll back and BAM he falls on me and I crack my nice IRH Helmet, besides that not much but a few bruises and I came out okay.
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    07-13-2008, 11:01 AM
Ouch! Sounds painful!
    07-13-2008, 03:33 PM
You know what it's not that bad. We are at a day and age where fortunately for us a lot of serious injuries are fixable.

It's a risk we all agreed to when we started to be with horses:)

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