Sorry about your accident how awful. As far as the hard stool she could be dehydrated that could be one cause. Maybe you could soak her feed in water to get some extra water into her. Also if you don't already you can add some sea salt to her food and that too will encourage her to drink. You can also give her some benadryl for the itching. I would watch for colic symptoms, but as long as she is eating and passing stools that is good. Good luck, I hope you find her a good home.
Thank you for your reply and empathy. I met my trainer yesterday and my mare looked very good, wasn't itching much, had her normal stool and was drinking alot. She loves orange Powerade, so I gave her some since she was getting worked in the hottest part of the day. I also let her bit off a piece of a trace minerals block. She is so gentle biting an apple or taking treats, even worming. I wormed her yesterday, too.
Genny was so funny untying herself and then spooking her ownself when she stepped on the leadline in the indoor arena. I just told her to back up and she obeyed, and learned to side step to keep from stepping on the line. When the other horses were brought in the barn for afternoon feedings, she walked along the rail as if she was making sure they all behaved, even putting her ears back at the one she doesn't like. She didn't fuss missing her meal. After her workout with my trainer, she followed me around, then put her head against my chest while I scratched her chin and talked to her. I think she knows something is different with me. When she cooled down, I put her into her stall to eat and drink.
Gonna hate to loose her, but, with a healing L1 fracture and other issues, I just can't risk anymore injuries. I've been thru too much and my family is afraid something will happen to me at the barn. I don't blame them.
It's been great just to be around my mare and see her transform into a beautiful, healthy, obedient, calm, devoted horse. She seems to have grown a foot since moving her two months ago, or I'm shrinking - lol.