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post #1 of 31 Old 10-26-2004, 5:38 PM Thread Starter
 
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Further proof that riding is dangerous...

To wit...

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Re: Further proof that riding is dangerous...

Is that your leg?
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Re: Further proof that riding is dangerous...

My aunt...her horse fell on her and shattered her lower leg...

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Re: Further proof that riding is dangerous...

That looks like it must of hurt!!
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Re: Further proof that riding is dangerous...

Ouch! I'd have to shoot the horse.

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Re: Further proof that riding is dangerous...

Two words:
barbecue horse

Must obey the sheep dog
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Re: Further proof that riding is dangerous...

Oy, don't get me started on horses.

Looks like they got your aunt bolted back together, anyway.
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Re: Further proof that riding is dangerous...

11 screws and pins....

Horse has already been auctioned....second time he has went down...

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11 screws and pins....

Horse has already been auctioned....second time he has went down...
the horse get any road rash or break a stirrup or anything?

if you can't convince them, confuse them.
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Re: Further proof that riding is dangerous...

Nope...horse was fine, but my aunt's hands are hamburger from dragging herself out of the woods...

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Oy, don't get me started on horses.

Looks like they got your aunt bolted back together, anyway.
Dang hay burners.

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Nope...horse was fine, but my aunt's hands are hamburger from dragging herself out of the woods...
that sucks, tell her when she's all healed up to just get a bike, it doesn't have a brain and it won't trip on anything.

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Re: Further proof that riding is dangerous...

Trade that horse on a ATV.

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Re: Further proof that riding is dangerous...

Owieowieowieowie!!!!

CBR929 and Eddie have the right idea. Have her get a Honda

Please tell her I and many others really truly know what she's going through. Nice fracture reduction, btw! I hope she heals fast and well.

Also warn her she'll get an automatic pat-down at the airport from now on.


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Re: Further proof that riding is dangerous...

well on the bright side, she's 1/4 of the way to becoming Wolverine

Looks painful as hell, I hope she recovers well
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