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. 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 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. Elevate the injured area. Apply a tourniquet. Gently cold-hose the injured area.Question 2 of 5 3. Which wound can be a bigger problem for your horse?[Get Hints] A tiny but deep wound over a joint. A huge abrasion over a well-muscled area.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. Bright-red blood spurting out of your horse’s wound probably means what?[Get Hints] That your horse’s red blood cell count is low. That a high-pressure artery is involved and you need the veterinarian now. That your horse’s white blood cell count is low. That your horse’s heart is healthy.Question 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?