Every stable should have an equine first aid kit and if you are going to events you should also have some first aid items along equine first aid kits neednt be elaborate keep these emergency items in a sturdy box for unexpected horse injuries or illness. Having a first aid kit readily available at home and when traveling is your first step in providing emergency care for your injured horse you need items in your kit to provide both emergency care and for treating minor cuts and scrapes. Every horse owner needs an horse first aid kit actually you need two or three one for the barn one for the truck and a mini kit for trail rides. Redmonds first aid clay is a go to ointment for me and for my horses i have applied it to cuts scrapes and bruises on my horses with excellent results recently my young horse eddie got in a scuffle and ended up with a small cut over his eye and the clay was the perfect answer since i didnt want to use any chemicals and risk it . Figure 2 first aid kit source flickr robert thomson image left assessing horse health if you suspect that your horse is ill or injured there are a number of checks you can perform to help you assess how serious the problem is
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