[QUOTE=TKButtermilk;1285726]The other day I was washing a mare and for no real reason she started hauling back in the wash rack, when she couldn't get away she lunged forward and scrambled getting both front legs stuck over the top of it with the bar under her chest where the girth would go. I thought she was going to flip all the way over or break a leg it was HORRIFYING! What was even worse was she was very stuck and how do you fix that?? We had to get her to rear up and essentially save herself.
Oh that's bad. I've seen that happen alot. You can imagine when a person's shoeing for the public at different places every day, all the different horses and hitching posts. Eventually you'll see some wrecks. I always grab their front feet and pull them back over by swinging the front end of the horse around. They're not as heavy as you think when they're high-centered and teetering on a hitching post.