aaand we have ribs again. Not too terrible so I'm not worried, she has grown another half inch and appears to be going through another tiny growth spurt again (butt high) so I figure she'll fill them in again quickly. Hopefully, anyways.
Here are a few quick pictures of her in with her 'kind' (all of the horses pictured are TBs, and one is from the original 6 that came to us almost two years ago) investigating the round bale that we had just rolled into the pen. They didn't even give us enough time to get the mesh off first, greedy little buggers!
Standing next to her (presumably) half brother, Peppin. He had to have an eye amputated after a freak accident back when he was about 10 months old, so they make quite the klutzy pair together... Its so sad though, he's only 2-3 months older than her, and SO much taller xD he's a big boy though. Last time I checked he was 16hh at the wither and 16.1 1/2 at the butt.
Ribs...and a stolen mouthful of crap hay. This drought is really getting to us this summer :/ BO is having a tough time finding much hay at all, much less good stuff. I'm thinking about upping Kenzie's alfalfa because of that. She's getting a hay belly from this stuff.
Other than that, I do have good news (hopefully) in that the ball is rolling again with getting Kenzie moved. Thanks to some not-so-helpful people and my parents being horse-naïve, I had a hard time convincing them I needed to move her for whatever reason, and since they technically own her I couldn't exactly doing anything. *sigh*, Oh well. We're back on the green light for moving her though and I just need to find a hay supplier, figure out how to transport hay, where to PUT hay (I keep all of my feed in my garage. 100+ hay bales are definitely not going to fit), and arrange with Family P, my friend with the trailer, and BO to get Kenzie moved. This has not worked so many times though that I'm not even going to get giddy about finally moving her 'til her feet are in that pasture. Geez.
Speaking of Family P's pasture, WE NEED RAIN ._. Their pasture isn't looking too great (no fault of theirs, just no rain) and its definitely not going to hold up to three horses at this rate. Poo.