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FML - The follow-up
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Wow, it got published! Wasn't expecting that. For starters, let me just announce NO BROKEN BONES! HALLELUJAH! Seriously is a miracle. Just a super bruised foot. Second, just to give you an idea, this particular mate is the head honcho if my barn. She thinks she is just queen of the world lol. She hates getting her girth out on, and she knows when it's out. When you hook it up on one side (so it isn't even on yet) she gets PISSED. So that day she decided to just step on me and not move, no mat
By sophiilou / Saturday 24 October 2015 04:46 / United States - Kyle
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don't know what you guys are Goin on about, whenever I groom my dog, or my uncles horses, they're fine. one of the horses will actually come find me and (gently) bite me to drag me back to her pen

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I've been riding horses for over 10 years & had my foot stepped on countless times, none of which I've had to go to the hospital for. I can't imagine how that feels. Sorry OP, FYL that really sucks. Oh & grooming depends upon the horse. I've brushed some that do not like it at all & will sit there trying to bite you.

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I really like riding horses, I don't own one or anything though. Anyways, Op my mom broke her back from being bucked off and stomped on long time ago, they can be dangerous. Get better soon!

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this is why I wear steel toed work boots if I plan on working with horses on the ground. While I have yet to be stepped on ( then again I don't get to work woth horses as much as I'd like) I think prevention is the best way to deal with these things. p.s. I don't ride with steel toes if I made it sound like that.

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Yes but the reason it is specifically a chestnut mare is that mares are typically more difficult to handle/broodier than, say, a gelding while chestnuts are supposedly a bit high-strung and 'not all there'.

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