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I got chucked off a horse yesterday at a canter, apparently I lost about 15mins of memory, I remember being on the horse, and then I remember looking up the track to see my mates neighbours coming to see if we were ok. I don't remember her mum leaving with the horse. She was asking me things like, what did we do this morning, and I looked at my watch to see what day it was and I said "I must have gone to church, did you come with me?". I'm can remember stuff now to my usual capacity, except the 10-15mins between being on a horse and thinking "err, he's not stopping is he" and being on my knees with my mate looking at me. I've got a headache that isn't going away, and I'm not a fan of doctors. So on the premise that I'm going to the walk-in centre tomorrow if I don't feel better. Does anyone have anything constructive to add?