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Date:7/14/2014 3:55:19 AM
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We bestow upon you this Grand SummerHot Tuesday vote!!!

You wouldn't believe what happened yesterday morning! This guy put his three horses across the street from where Tirnanog is pastured at. And one of them is a stallion. This is the 3rd or 4th time the stallion has gotten out and terrorized the other horses. The horse in the photo with Tirnanog is a mare. This horse bred with her yesterday. Her owner had to get a shot from the vet to abort any pregnancy. My brother called me to medicate Tirnanog. So off I went. He was scratched up, some a little bad and some not. But a lot. BUT one horse there is an appalosa and he got beaten badly. They had to call the vet. His right shoulder was torn open and the muscle was hanging out. I have never seen anything like it. It was a huge wound. It looked like a bomb exploded in his shoulder. But the vet and the guys said the stallion bit him and left that wound. The stallion is small but he is very bad. If Tirnanog would not have ran, he would have gotten hurt very badly. Everyone was very angry, even the vet. I hope this is not something that is seen often or at all:(

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