Awww good for you guys. She's absolutely gorgeous. Excited to see how she will turn out as she fills in. Im sure she'll be used to her new horse life in no time. Glad she ended up in your care, the poor thing. Congrats on your new girl.
Two days after my boyfriends mum got the head collar on Annie we had the vet out to micro chip her, do her sketch for her passport and give her her vacinations... Welll...... she was a STAR! Never pattered an eyelid! The day after she had her feet done,, she had the front two done but I don't think she was that happy about the back being done. But since then iv been picking her feet up most days and now she doesnt even realise she's picking them up.
Because we have all had Christmas off we decided to take them (3) for a walk down the bridle path to start to get them used to the road and cars. Annie was a bit worried about the concrete but once she was on she was an Angel! A fire engine went past full throttle and she didnt move an inch.
Few pictures off Annie with her head collar on and on the walk.
What an adorable filly! Have to mention though, should do her head collar/halter up tighter...the way it's sitting, it's over the thinnest and weakest part of her nasal bone, should sit higher on her face :) Then the knots are in the correct pressure spots and it's just a little safer! Like this:
Awesome job with her so far though, LOVE seeing pictures through your training, reminds me of my filly Eve, though now she's going on 4 years old! I love her name as well! I'm sure you'll continue to do well with her, youngsters just need time and consistancy...good luck! :)