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    09-30-2007, 06:25 AM
My friend fell off and broke her wrist!

They were cantering and the horse next to her went "VOOM" past her. Then her horse started bucking, she was practically standing in the saddle and then she fell off, landed on her write arm and broke her wrist. She called me on her mobile, she is on the way to the hospital to get x-rays and that. They already went to doctors and they said it was broken, now she is going to the hospital.

I fell jealous, well.. not really. I mean, now she has fallen off 2 times, and she gets a cast. But that would suck! I haven't broken anything. The weird thing is the other day (yesterday) we were talking about breaking bones and stuff..

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    09-30-2007, 06:47 AM
Trust me your not missing any thing !!! Broke my right hand 7 times and my left 4 , not all from horse back ridding but also from school sport's and being clumbsy .......thank god for the canadian health care system when I lived in canada that would of cost a arm and a leg no pun intended
    09-30-2007, 07:06 PM
Turns out this:
Broke her write wrist, cast up to her shoulder area, past her elbow.

Fractured her left elbow. That's in a back slab..

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