By which I mean happy hooves of course!
Farrier came today for his second visit. The first was when I was in a sling and drugged up like a sky rocket, so today was more 'normal'. I am soo pleased that I have, through recommendation, found a good farrier! That was one of my worries before I moved - we do get reliant on our farriers don't we; the spoken rule to "always look after your farrier" resonates around every yard and horsey home in the UK. Of course as a lot of our riding involves road work on tarmac roads, we need those shoes in tippity top condition!
Anyway, I was very happy that my boys were 100% better behaved than last time, that their feet were again super healthy, and that I like my farrier