Well.. What a hell of an Easter we've had.. It went something like this... There we were, on a family trip down south and halfway up Bluff Knoll, when we got a hysterical call from the girl looking after the horses. A thunderstorm had gone through the night before and when she went to check the horses in the morning, the place was in chaos. Supposedly there'd been lightning strikes in the paddock next door to our place and it sent our lot off. We've had 3 horses go through fences. All with serious injuries. 2 of those are youngsters and one is my beautiful Peggy So, for educational purposes and for the long road ahead, I thought I'd share this story with my Stockies family. So.. the patients.. Rosie - 7 month old Pure Arab filly. Injuries - large laceration to left front leg, severed tendon sheath. Jazz - Bone chip at the top of the long pastern bone. This mare was purchased and due to go to her new owners over East in the next few months. So with communication with the new owner, and getting a variety of opinions from vets all over the country, we will decide what to do with her in the next few days. In the meantime, she has a support bandage on and is quite comfortable in her little yard. I am yet to get the pictures of Peggy's injury so when I get those, I'll add her to this thread. At the moment, Mum and I are just at a complete loss for what to do. It's been injury after injury for a long time now and we're at our wits end. Here's hoping things start looking up soon.