Originally Posted by Cacowgirl
It will grow back-did you tell her you want your horses to "look natural"?
Maybe it will grow back, but look at the look on his face he may never get over the psychological trauma of that style of fringe. Or is that the latest in the Egyptian look. The joke on divorce verses murder comes to mind. If Roslyn cut stella's forelock in such a way I would move her into the sleep out. Only for a few days though, I'd begin to miss her.
Talking about Stella she has begun playing up when going into the new float. She went in a couple of days ago and now is refusing. I took her aside and pointed out the benefits of doing as I asked, but that fell on deaf ears. Bugs on the other hand stomped his feet, did a little rear, (thats a first) then in he went so today I'll take hin for a ride and get him used to the sounds and smells. Next stage is to get him loading on any side. That will be a mission some training required to get him used to either side. Saddling is going to be the same as well as mounting from both sides. I'll get the trainer back to bring Stella back into line on the loading ussuethen get Roslyn riding her so she stays in work and does not gain to much weight. (Stella I mean, not Roslyn)
The rain has stopped again, but the odd shower is forcast to be passing through.
Cheers all and get out there and ride. Even if it means wearing long Johns.