Dh brought the old horse in last night, was rainy so first thing old horse does is lie down and roll in the fresh shavings. Dh was still in the stall going to dump the water bucket so old horse lies down farther away from Dh instead of the middle as usual. Stall is 12x14 so not tiny. Lies down, rolls and realizes he is stuck. Kicks a few times and then stopped and just looked at Dh. Dh is dumbfounded and just stares at him. So old horse wiggles then stops looks around and wiggles some more. Dh runs to get me in the house at this point because while old horse will lie totally still when you tell him dh has no idea how to unstick him. I come running out to the barn in my pjs. At this point old horse has wiggled and moved himself more. I yell at him to stand and he does and just stares at me. Old horse had gotten his front hooves in a way that he placed them on the wall. Then like a human would do a push up pushes his legs out straight pushing his body several feet from the wall. Stands up, shakes and shoves his head in the bucket to eat his supper. Last night he looked totally fine, moved fine, ate and drank and vitals were fine. Had the tiniest of scratches on his head so I cleaned that and put the yellow fura stuff on it. This morning and today he is fine. Eating drinking, pissy cause he hasn't gone out to pasture yet. The area around the scratch was a little swollen so I did call and talk to the vet. She assured me that if his vitals are good and he is moving eating drinking he is fine. Vet also said to me that its very likely he has cast himself and gotten himself uncast before because of how he acted. I have owned him for more then 14 years now and have never ever seen him do this. So goes to show just because you haven't seen it does not mean it cant or wont happen. We are moving in less then a month, new barn has wood walls with rubber. So in the mean time I am going to bank the walls well with shavings so its hard for him to get close again.