This popped up in my newsfeed today: https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=10206040060258841 And a statement from the owner: "On the evening of Aug. 3, 2015... I gave our 14 month old colt, BOGO.. a 200 pound dose of Quest gel wormer. He immediately walked off from his food and went to eating hay. The next morning I could tell he felt bad, but couldn't pin point why. A hour later I could hear him splashing in the pond. I found him staggering like he was drugged. His temp was 105.3. I immediately called the Vet. Meds didn't bring his temp down. I had to give him a alcohol bath. Vet came out...drew blood and sent to A&M. He thought he had EEE....The next day I watched him go down hill fast. At one point he collapsed. Our Vet came back out and had to put him down. His EEE test came back negative...So they tested for West Nile...It was also negative. I said from the first it was a reaction to the wormer..I don't think him being sick the next morning was coincidence. I have since done some research on Quest wormer....The reports of horses that have died or gotten sick after being dosed...makes me believe even more there is a connection. I have contacted the number on Quest, where you report a adverse drug reaction. Talked with a Vet there. She is contacting my Vet to see if there is enough of Bogo's blood sample left to do some more testing. He was a beautiful, perfectly healthy colt. He was not overdosed....He had been wormed before, with other wormers...and had had 2 fecals done in the past. Do I think every horse will have a reaction to Quest???? NO, but after loosing him within 24 hours of worming...and no other explanation....You can bet there will never be another tube of it on my place! Feel free to share...Maybe it will save another horse!!!" Anyone have any information on the accuracy of these "accusations"? Has anyone had a similar experience?