Nothing went wrong.
A celebration in itself!
Leaving the Dead Field Couches behind, and shamelessly accepting the Awkward-Horse-Handling award today. Grain bag fill, cross tying, hand jog, a West Nile shot, and a mane cut, – all one-handed.
Also some running next to her in canter on the lead line. Not always recommended, but no one was watching so maybe it didn’t happen. (Forget lunging.)
Valiosa is absolutely, 100% sure, the small piglets could eat her alive . The farm raises not only PRE horses, but a small quantity of free range Murray Grey cattle, Barbados-Dorper Cross Sheep, and Red Wattled Hogs.
That’s where the piglets come in.
They’re also free range, but the two litters of pigs are raised in the barn until warmer weather and they’re old enough to live out. Scary stuff, pig sounds.
Have a wonderful Monday and be nice to your selves!