Update on Finn and Legend: They are doing very well and will be 6 and 7 months this weekend. They are halter broken, lead, tie, stand for the vet and the farrier and we are starting trailer loading. Today, Legend hopped right in, though it took a little persuading to get Finn to get in. However, one thing that is still a linger issue (maybe I am just being overly sensitive and taking it personally), is that at feeding time, they will pin their ears at me. No matter how many times I push/ drive them away and only let them come forward when they unpin their ears, it never seems to sink in with them. It is the same thing day in and day out no matter if I am feeding them their hay or their grain. :/ It is only marginally better when I separate them, but I still get the ear pinning as they try to shoulder me out of the way. I don't let them, and I will even take their food away until they straighten up, but they aren't getting the hint and they are back to their old behavior. I know they are still young and learning, but I want them to learn proper manners now. Help!!