They have been trying out various combos at Cinny's new barn to find the most suitable turn out partners for him. Today he got to be with Winston, a yearling colt. They immediately fell in love, and Winston stayed at Cinny's hip no matter what. Unfortunately there was to be a third horse added, Winston's usual turnout partner but Cinny became so overly protective of Winston that we could not leave him in as it got very dangerous. For fear he will become this protective when humans come in to work with Winston, Cinny will move on to another turnout, sadly. I really wish it worked. But back to the drawing board. Here are some pictures though for cuteness factor.
Yeah, it's too bad that Cinny had to be so protective of him though. They would have been really great together. Tomorrow we are trying him with a couple of geldings and no babys or older horses since he feels he has to be their guardian LOL.
I'm also going to be taking Cinny to the Shaggy Horse Dressage show also at the Lancaster Event Center April 6 and 7. I know we are doing Training level tests both days, we may throw in western dressage and maybe prix caprilli.