Posted this over in the Equine forum, but there aren't many viewers over there and I need advice quickly. Something seems to be wrong with Cheyenne. She's been laying down all afternoon. Dogs have been standing around her barking (they usually don't do this, but they were what alerted me to her problem). I've been out there twice to make the dogs stop. Both times she stood up, but then laid back down. Took the horses apples and she wouldn't walk over and get one. For the last two nights the horses have managed to break into the barn. Night before last they pushed the big barn doors open in the back (we couldn't see they were open from the house) and hubby found them in the hall of the barn the next morning. Last night they unlatched a stall door and got in. Again, hubby found them in the hall of the barn. The only things they could have gotten into that I can think of are a little bit of catfood (which appeared to be untouched) and hay. I can't help but think Cheyenne ate something in the barn that's making her sick. I just went out to get the dogs and bring them in. She was: 1. Lying down; 2. Kept rolling partly onto her back (sort of like they do when they roll in the dust, but not the same). 3. Her eyelids are half closed and she appears very listless. I kept talking to her and she finally stood up. I noticed: 1. She appeared to be very wobbly on her feet; 2. She kept biting at her stomach; 3. Her belly doesn't look bloated or swollen, but it was rumbling and jumping around; 4. She keeps holding her tail out away from her body. She only stood a minute or so and then laid down again, stretched out with her head on the ground. Is it colic? Hubby's at work and I can't get in touch with him. I have no idea what to do. Should I try to call an emergency vet office and see if they can refer me to a large animal vet that's on duty 24/7? Is there such a thing? I'm not very horse savvy and I am very worried about Cheyenne. HELP!!! From what I read online it's definitely colic of some type (since colic basically means stomach pain) but hopefully it's not bad...yet. She isn't behaving violently, just listless.