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By Lizziebelle / Thursday 1 December 2016 08:07 / United States - Seattle
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By  alex_gen  |  36

Thought that said 'broken lemur' at first. Hopefully the recovery process will be quick, OP, but in the meantime, you can enroll your horse in gymnastics, so it can be on its way to winning gold in the Olympics!

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By  trucker2  |  32

Hope you heal well- and I would recommend you kick the horse in the ass with the good leg.

By  alex_gen  |  36

Thought that said 'broken lemur' at first. Hopefully the recovery process will be quick, OP, but in the meantime, you can enroll your horse in gymnastics, so it can be on its way to winning gold in the Olympics!

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  sparkledoge  |  29

Knowing the risks doesn't change anything when the horse starts acting up while you're already riding so that's kinda pointless to say. And considering OP said "MY horse" i think they did know the risks. Accidents happen.

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Horses are (usually) smart animals with minds and personalities of their own. All equestrians accept that, and know injuries happen, but knowing the risks isn't going to help when your horse suddenly decides that something is scary, or gets bitten by a bug and startled, or pinched by a piece of tack, or tickled by their own mane, or suddenly decide they're having a bad day.

By  epiccrazy  |  15

Been there before, luckily I only had a bad contusion from my horse rearing up and flipping backwards on me. I later required surgery to have it removed. Hope you get well soon OP

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