Botulism Alert!

It was a grim sight. My wife's handsome young National Show Horse gelding lay writhing on the ground, unable to rise. He appeared to be in the grip of partial paralysis that allowed movement of the front legs, but not the rear. We immediately called for a veterinarian, then attempted to assist the gelding in rising. We couldn't do it. He had no control over his rear end.


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