I'm happy to report that Galileo is playing nicer these days now that (hot) grain isn't being offered.
In preparation for Galileo's Dental Day, we moved them up to the smaller paddock off the barn last night.
Elvis is always busy getting into something. Here is he rolling the poles around.
This is a good example of what I often see in the large pasture - the two horses walking side by side.
Galileo is filling out nicely. When the sun shines on him you can see dapples of red on his barrel while his black stockings contrast nicely.
J brought Galileo in from the front pasture last night. This is going to be his riding horse and I was pleased to see how well Galileo behaved - putting his head down to be haltered and leading nicely. His ground manners are excellent and our Frainer (friend and trainer) who has put rides on him, reports him to be the same under saddle. I think he's going to work out nicely for us.
The trials and tribulations of a 50+ women, living her life-time dream of having horses and living in the country.
Her attempts at various disciplines of riding, including sorting, trail, and performance.