We went to the vet today for "Angel's" recheck. He said that it definitely was a vaccine reaction that turned into a abscess. It was a huge abscess and she had swelling down her throat and back to her neck. He didn't want to lance it, because it was deep. We decided it would cause more problems, so he drained it using a 14 gauge 1 1/2 inch needles. And probably got out about 1/2 cup of stuff. We have to drain it Friday and Monday to see if we can get the rest out. I will finish out her antibiotics and give Bute as needed. He did say that hopefully if we get it all drained out she should be back to normal in a couple of weeks. So she will continue to have this break from her normal riding. (I am sure she is enjoying it!) I did ask about what would we do next year? He said the Rabies shot lasts 2-3 years (so we can skip that) but he did suggest continue giving the others, the risk is to high if you don't. He did say what he would do would be to give 2 at a time-one in the chest and one in the rump. And then give the next ones 1-2 weeks after. That way if she has a reaction we will know which one it was. Several people I have talked to about this have said they have had horses that have had reactions to the Flu-Rhino and then the West Nile. I do know I am going to be doing a lot of research on vaccines and the need for this area before next year. You know it is scary that this happened, but if I do not give her the vaccines she could be a risk to get the diseases. It is a hard decision and one we will be researching and praying about.