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Get a grip of the big picture. There are thousands of horses treated and released everyday by vets.


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Originally posted by Enabled Enabled wrote:

Get a grip of the big picture. There are thousands of horses treated and released everyday by vets.




Seems rather mean spirited.

It was a useful update of a popular and talented racehorse on a racing forum.



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Originally posted by Enabled Enabled wrote:

Get a grip of the big picture. There are thousands of horses treated and released everyday by vets.




I know who you are now. That gave it away.
IT'S OKAY TO SAY NO.
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Originally posted by SkyDancer SkyDancer wrote:

Originally posted by Enabled Enabled wrote:

Get a grip of the big picture. There are thousands of horses treated and released everyday by vets.




I know who you are now. That gave it away.


Og good !  Enable has a stalker !LOLThumbs Up
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Enabled is an ex member , a banned member.
I’ve figured him out now.
IT'S OKAY TO SAY NO.
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Thought as muchThumbs Up
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Hope not. After going thru all that he has and earning the money that he has, let the poor bugger retire and lead a quiet life somewhere. These horses don’t come back near as good and reoccurrence is likely
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I agree with Sister Dot.  
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How does insurance go in such a case.

Is it nothing if it lives and a pay out if put down ?
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Yep
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Which doesn’t bode well for the future of many insured horses
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Originally posted by Sister Dot Sister Dot wrote:

Hope not. After going thru all that he has and earning the money that he has, let the poor bugger retire and lead a quiet life somewhere. These horses don’t come back near as good and reoccurrence is likely

We don't know the extent of his injury but from my reading there's no reason he couldn't come back after a long rest and recovery. 

I'm interested in reading any reference you might have in regard to recurrence and post recovery performance. So far all that I can find is limited studies and commentary that horses can and do race on successfully. The only reference to recurrence was this from an online vet: https://thehorse.com/19035/equine-pelvic-fracture-prognosis/
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Originally posted by 3blindmice 3blindmice wrote:

Originally posted by Sister Dot Sister Dot wrote:

Hope not. After going thru all that he has and earning the money that he has, let the poor bugger retire and lead a quiet life somewhere. These horses don’t come back near as good and reoccurrence is likely


We don't know the extent of his injury but from my reading there's no reason he couldn't come back after a long rest and recovery. 

I'm interested in reading any reference you might have in regard to recurrence and post recovery performance. So far all that I can find is limited studies and commentary that horses can and do race on successfully. The only reference to recurrence was this from an online vet: https://thehorse.com/19035/equine-pelvic-fracture-prognosis/

Just read the article, it did sound like it was regarding a racemare. I’m basing my comments on personal experience with horses in general, and many years of watching racehorses. And basically, what I would do if he were mine.
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