But really, I'm very impressed with how white she stays with so little effort on my part. She gets dirty but she is SO easy to get clean, I don't get it. But, then, probably when I get another gray in a few years, I'll be all spoiled and annoyed about how dirty and hard to clean that horse is. Heehee Nah, I think it'll be ok.
But anyway, Lacey decided to get herself SUPER dirty. All the other horses in her field were pretty clean and there was no mud in sight, but somehow the silly girl found the majikal hidden muddy spot. XD
It was funny when I showed up, the farrier was there for the other horses and my BO was out there trying to catch her horses and Lacey would not leave her alone. She was following the BO around like "you have a halter! I need to go out! I NEED a halter. I NEEEEEEDDDDD to see what that big truck is doing over there." It was pretty funny. My BO was dying of laughter since she was basically being chased around the pasture by a "little" pony. And then of course, I showed up and Lacey was completely enthused that I was catching her.
But anyway, dirty dirty girl! She was like this on both sides.
(Also, note her foot placement. "I may be seriously dirty, but you dare to suggest that I stand on mud? I would never do such a thing. A lady NEVER stands on mud, she just rolls in it.")
Then, about ten minutes later; after just using the curry and the soft brush:
I'm SO spoiled by her.