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        05-17-2010, 08:03 PM
    Sending my horse of to the trainer.....

    My husband and I have decided to send our 2 1/2 gelding to the training. He received a small cut on his leg about a week ago. It appears to be healing and scabbing over, but seems to bother him if you touch it or near it. Will this be a problem when sending him for training. He is going for training to become a trail horse nothing fancy. He does not walk with a limp or anything, just wondering.
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        05-17-2010, 08:21 PM
    Nah, he should be fine. Where at is the cut exactly, and on which leg?
        05-17-2010, 08:32 PM
    on his left side....

    On his left side on the cannon. The cut is more like a scrap....but just kind a worried it is still bothering him after over a week. It is not hot to the touch just scabby. He actually scraped it on my friends trailer when he was giving us a hard time loading. I have some special topical flush for horses. I started using it on him. He is scheduled to go to the trainers in 2 days and just wanted some input.

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