Yea, I should report it but I do have to live next to them....I will give her some time and call her later and explaine why I did what I did and try to educate her on the potential danger leaving the halters on poses. I'll try to do that first anyway. Oh....unfortunately Montana is open range, so a loose horse is not necessarily against the law.
Spastic, I only have a smooth wire fence between my pastrue and where this colt is so I have put her in my corral its about 30x25. She will be ok and I will just put her in my upper pasture for now until I find out what they are going to do with this young one. I would say he's about 2 or maybe 3. Super cute, but I cannot risk Millie getting bred.
If they leave the halter and lead on this colt again I am going to take a picture. Maybe at least the livestock inspector will say something to them if they won't listen to me. I mean, I would like to just help but she got so upset that I took them off in the first place. I know she must have something against me. Probably becasue I have turned her dogs in before. Ugh......