5 wound questions that could save your horse 1 Comment This quiz good toward the Mane-U Horse Health Badge. Knowing when a wound is important and when it is not could save your horse. Answer these five wound questions to test your horse first aid IQ. Enter email to receive quiz results: 1. Bright-red blood spurting out of your horse’s wound probably means what?[Get Hints] That a high-pressure artery is involved and you need the veterinarian now. That your horse’s red blood cell count is low. That your horse’s heart is healthy. That your horse’s white blood cell count is low.Question 1 of 5 2. What can you usually do with your horse’s wound while waiting for the veterinarian to arrive?[Get Hints] Give the horse an aspirin. Apply a tourniquet. Gently cold-hose the injured area. Elevate the injured area.Question 2 of 5 3. Which wound can be a bigger problem for your horse?[Get Hints] A huge abrasion over a well-muscled area. A tiny but deep wound over a joint.Question 3 of 5 4. Wounds a day or two old can still be stitched to help promote healing.[Get Hints] True FalseQuestion 4 of 5 5. A cut on your horse’s lower leg will generally heal faster than a laceration over a well-muscled area of the upper body.[Get Hints] True FalseQuestion 5 of 5 Loading… Share this:ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedIn Related Related posts: 10 horse health questions a 4-H kid could answer (and get a free badge) How long is the horse’s small intestine? How much water does a horse drink daily? White line disease affects what part of the horse?