Luckily, I get off work at noon, and we were done seeing patients, so I leave work, takes 20 min. To get home. She's across the street from the house in a wheat field. It's about 10 acres, she's running back and forth, as fast as she can, from east fence, to west fence, with just a pause to say Hi to the horses there!
I go out, she sees me, comes to me then thinks... wait.... and runs back and forth about 4 or 5 more times. I just stand by the fence and watch. Finally she stops near me, munches on the wheat for a few seconds, looks at me, then across the street to the house, and starts to trot home. About half way there she stops looks back at me like, Mom! You coming?
She goes and grazes in the front yard, and comes to me as I walk in the yard, I just keep walking to her pasture, and she follows me in, I shut the gate, and she's right there for me to catch, doesn't move.
She had pushed on a seldom used gate so much, she had pushed out the bolt that holds the chain that closes it. I fixed it.
But.... long story short... she was drenched in sweat... and she was so dirty, she was sweatting mud!....
1st pic... her muddy sweat
2nd pic... after her bath.... she cleaned up fairly well!