I am so glad you are okay...especially with that kick to the head. You might want to get that checked out just in case. I know I had a concussion where symptoms didn't show up until days afterwards :/ That's just one reason while I will always wear a helmet, but it's my personal preference. Riding is always dangerous no matter how much you try to protect yourself. If I'm down and don't get kicked in the head, I swear I'll have my ribs shattered. Murphy's law XD
Oh.. My... OUCHY!... While reading that.. I could see it happening in my head..
Reminded me of when my sister couldnt get the horse to stop before a cattle guard.. not going to thread jack.. but we thought we were going to have to put he horse down she was STUCK in the cattle guard..
Glad your okay...:)!!! Let us know how barrel racing goes!
Jesus Christ, Amber!! So glad that you're okay, and your idiot horse is alright too.
You are definitely correct, even the best of us on the best of horses have accidents. That's why they're called accidents.
And having been run over/trampled by a horse before, I feel your pain. =\ A nice soak in a bath with Epsom salt and a glass of wine does wonderful things. Feel better, love! *hugs* Posted via Mobile Device
Ya lets just say.. more of my sisters fault then the horses..and whoever built the cattle guard.. made the hole under the cattle guard 6 feet deep and normally they are like 1 or 2feet a believe//.. so when my horse fell in it.. she was dangling.. took us all night to get her out... thank heavens our neighbor was a vet.. and sedated her:)
Lol Thanks, I just know what I have to do.. The only way I wouldn't have gotten back on is if it were just impossible and there was something very wrong, so far that's only been once and I dislocated and cracked my elbow.