Shiloh is a Miniature horse. He turned two in April. He ran wild from the age of 4 months on until I bought him and caught him at a year and a bit old. He was rude, wild, and bit anything that annoyed him. Now he is gelded and a lot calmer. Can be led around easily and is in love with a goat. He loves to have his belly scratched and he herds anything that moves.
Indy is an Arabian mare, 10 years old and very underweight. She is going to be my riding horse once her feet get trimmed and she puts on a bit more weight. She is a sweet heart to handle on the ground and loves to be groomed. She loves it so much she stops eating and just stands in ecstasy while she gets brushed. Pretty impressive seeing as she was starved. The one time I have tried to put her in a stall and leave her she went crazy! Screaming and pacing pushing against the door. I quickly took her out before she could try and jump over the half door or go through a window. I know nothing about her history but she looks like she ha had a foal recently and we think that is what made her so scrawny. She is putting on weight insanely fast. While putting on weight quickly she might have been bred In sheep, goats, and cows if you breed them while they are gaining weight it doubles the chances of them getting pregnant so we are watching and waiting to see if she is bred or not. If she is bred it is to a gorgeous paint stallion who I would have bred her to eventually anyways. I have ridden her only once. It was bareback with a halter and lead rope and it wasn't until after I bought her. Nut hey I only payed 150 dollars for her and she might be bred to a stallion who's stud fee is more then that. And he let me ride her with just a halter and lead rope in a huge open field with a cow chasing us and a flock of goats bucking and galloping around us so I figure I got a pretty good deal.