Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: Tri-State (IA, WI, IL) area
My gelding 2-Pak is the same way, ever since he was a colt. Awhile ago I had him tied to our trailer, with the rope short enough that he couldn't catch it on the wheel well (which he's done before) and long enough that he could still bob his head around and look at stuff, and then I opened the door to start cleaning the trailer. While I was in there, he managed to stretch out/loosen his rope enough that he could graze on the three blades of grass at his feet, and somehow got to the other side of the opened door with his rope looped under it. When I turned around and saw him in the doorway, it startled me and I jumped, then he jumped and jerked his head up... and off comes the door! He lifted it straight up and out of it's hinges, and it flipped backward over his rope. He didn't get a scratch on him, but the door now has a generous dent on it. Funny part? We didn't even realize the door was removeable.