Thanks! I'm going to have her practice her test mentally tonight. Hoping he is his usual great self and doesn't get freaked out by the new place and all the other horses.
Welshy-he's a PMU colt, we know he's percheron/paint and then we're guessing TB and clyde based on a picture of him with his mother.
I'm like the proud momma, bursting with pride at both of my babies :)
We washed him really thoroughly today, trimmed his mane/tail, etc. and he looks really spiffy. My daughter was complaining that she was washing the equivalent of 2 horses! I had to do his sheath as they even check that at the formal inspection. Went out early and put some KY jelly up there and later when I was scrubbing with a washcloth and warm water, he was thoroughly enjoying it! I was totally expecting the Girl Scout troop to come walking up my driveway while I had my hand shoved up there!!