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    10-15-2010, 12:48 AM
wind, rain, hail, floods...sheds....

So my poor horses, as if they were spooked by all the hail and wind, just had the neighbours shed blow into their paddock all mangled, I couldn't see the horses and thought it hit them but they'd managed to take refuge in the far corner. The shed is mangled and there's debris everywhere, so then I had to get both of them and walk them past the shed, after having them both spook in opposite directions and almost take my arms with them I managed to get them past and now theyre at home, no injuries just spooked. The weather here is crazy.

My poor soaked babies, although Ralphie is settling down quickly. Excuse ralphies rug, I bought him with no rugs and got hima summer one but it got so cold I didn't have time to get hima winter one so he had to use an old spare, it looks like a minskirt lol

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    10-15-2010, 12:54 AM
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Wow at least they are both okay, and your arms are still in tack :)
    10-15-2010, 12:57 AM
Amber is lame, I didn't realise until just then, very hot and swollen side hind

Edit, near side hind oops
    10-15-2010, 01:16 AM
Wow, scary. Glad it missed the both of them cause tin can cause some nasty injuries. I hope your girl is okay and just dinged herself fleeing from the horse-eating shedmonster.

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