yep he's in the obstical course pasture. She was going to put him in a smaller one to get him adjuisted and make sure he wasn't sick or anything, but since it was raining she wanted to give him a run-in-shed
I've been slacking the last couple of weeks, didn't know you had found a new place. Looks like a great place where a horse can be a horse. Congrats on finding a new home for him. He looks pretty content and you sound it too
"Until one has loved an animal, part of one's soul remains unawakened..."
- Anatole France
he was fine...the new BO told me to load him since he knew me (I had mentioned that he is nervous around strangers...which he is), so she said just walk up into the trailer. I did and he followed. The first attempt to get his back feet up didn't work...he placed it too far back and his back feet slipped...so then he spooked and backed out. Then we tried it again and he got it :)
For unloading he was fine also....I just shook the lead rope and he slowly backed out of the trailer.
He was good...better than I thought