Does anyone on here have any experience with Collic in horses? This evening I was up at the barn, fed everyone as usual including my filly (she's almost 2 years old) and as usual she gobbled up every last bite of grain. I went about my chores, about 15 minutes later I noticed she was looking sleepy or just like she didnt feel good. I watched her drop down slowly and just lay on her side. The she slightly rolled on that side and slowly got up a few seconds later. I thought...hmmm, that was strange. She didnt shake off or anything. Then about 2 minutes later, she did it again. And then another few minutes and she did it again. So at that point I obviously knew something was up. I called my husband but he knows less about horses than I do and then called my vet. My vet said it sounds like she has a little collic. He said to watch her closely and make sure she's not thrashing around wildly or acting like she's in a lot of pain or panicking. I pulled her into the dry lot w/her other 2 buddies and observed. She passed gas a couple times (a good sign the vet said) but no bowel movement (that's what he told me to watch for.) She walked over and began to lay down again but this time decided not to and got all the way back up before she had completely got down on the ground. She even ran like normal from the "bully"...our old Gielding that always chases her around. But she's acting so...blah. The vet said all to really watch for is if she gets worse. But we dont live on the land where the horses are. We'll go check on her again tonight, but I wondered if any of you guys had experience with Collic. How serious is? Is it very common? Is there anything I can do to help her? Walk her around or make her run...I dont know? Any advice? Sorry...she's my baby and I'm worried about her.