Mike fed for me this morning (because I'm still recovering from shoulder surgery and a hysterectomy) but I went out to check the horses, like I do every morning and evening. I check to make sure nothing happened during the day.
Well, I found this:
I cold-hosed for 15 minutes, then scrubbed with betadine before rising. You know those soft brushes that they give you in the hospital when you have a baby? They have super soft bristles on one side and a sponge on the other side. I have one from when my 2nd grand-daughter was born last spring.
After rinsing, I patted dry with paper towels, then applied T-Zone Wound Cream, and let her graze on the lawn for 20 minutes so the cream could dry.
It looks worse than it is but at least she is clean and doctored and will be feeling better soon.