And Henny is finally home! He was being a pain to load in the stock trailer for about 15 minutes, before he launched and dove into the trailer. He then proceeded to high step the the front of the trailer where we closed him behind the divider. He was distressed, calling for mama in the nearby field. After about an hour, he finally calmed down and got the hang of trailering. We stopped 3-4 times on the way home to check on him and make sure he was doing okay. Right now he's stalled up in the foaling stall, and is very interested in my other two boys. They however could care less, they were more interested in their hay than him. He looooves getting brushed everywhere. Excuse the horrible pictures, it was dark and storming with the incoming hurricane. The marks on his face are from weaning where he rubbed hair off giving the breeder a fight. He has already swung his butt into me and earned being shoved into the wall. If it's not raining tomorrow, I'll give him a bath and take some better pictures.