To everyone who has replied, I think about saying something (as politely as possible) mainly because she may have cut the corners of the horse's mouth from the seesaw action . . . I really wish I could get a closer look though (maybe I'll sneak into the pasture and inspect lol SHHH). Hypothetically, if there are wounds, does that count as neglect?
Also, I don't know what to do about the barn manager. She has failed to do anything on time or at all. I go to school during the day which I ride at night now and most of the stall lights are burnt out. I told her this three days ago and still they have not been fixed. Same goes for the leak in my horse's stall -- it's not huge but by morning there is about 2 square feet of damp shaving on the ground bellow the automatic water troff
Also, there is an abandoned horse in the middle barn who has very severe cushings and lays down all day and all night. No one has paid for the horse in over a year so he has no shavings and lays on hard stall mats. The manager has taken no action. Shouldn't the horse be put down out of its misery?!
Lastly, the manager is an alcoholic. A couple months ago they found her passed out in her truck in front of the barn with an almost empty bottle of something.