Sonny's new pasture buddy

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    05-25-2008, 11:27 PM
Sonny's new pasture buddy

Well I was talking to the BO today and she seemed upset because she couldn't find a pasture to put Scribbles in...he's a 25ish year old Shetland pony. The one field he'd get killed in (he was literally attacked by one horse in there), and the other 4 there was too much grass and he founded.
Well I said if you want you could put him in with Sonny, but I'd like to see how they got along in the arena first. So we put Sonny and Scribbles in the arena and they seemed fine.

We then put them in the pasture together....Sonny seemed a little protective over the hay...but he has been used to having that pasture to I think it will pass in time. He has kicked at (didn't hit) and bit Scribbles once...but it was more of a "stay away from my food and my mommy". Thankfully Scribbles can't really eat hay (he's missing lots of teeth) so he won't miss out on too much...he's fed grain I'm sure the BO will grain him seperately

Here are some pics of them:

^^Sonny getting mad at Scribbles because I was petting him hehe
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    05-26-2008, 11:54 AM
Aww that's adorable misty is too nice and little ponies are mean to her she sticks up for herself now tho
    05-26-2008, 11:58 AM
Green Broke
Sonny looks like he's missing a patch of his mane!
    05-26-2008, 12:12 PM
That little one is too gosh darn cute!
    05-26-2008, 03:08 PM
Yes Sonny ribbed off part of his mane...the stupid fellow

And yes Scribbles is sooo adorable

Update: Someone (one of the girls yesterday) moved Scribbles which I'm kinda upset about...the BO seemed quite upset also when I asked her if Scribbles and Sonny didn't get along...she knew nothing about Scribbles being moved.
So Sonny is by himself again :(
I'm going to talk to the girls (going to try to find out who did it...I have an idea on who did it) and tell them that unless they have permission to do something like that from the barn owner, they aren't allowed to do so

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