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RoCru 10-25-2009 08:13 PM

New Pasture...and pasture-mates!
We recently decided to rent a 35 acre pasture monthly. We moved Sundance to the new pasture this afternoon. I took several pics, and some of his new pasture-mates. They all seem to get along well, they were galloping and snorting, having a great time! I'll be goin' back in a couple of days to see him, I can't wait. On with the pics...

Me & Sundance...

Some randoms...

His pasture-mates...

Meeting the herd...


CowGirlUp9448 10-25-2009 08:22 PM

Sundance is beautiful and looks very happy with his new herd :) All of them are very pretty aswell. Love the 8th pic hehe you can barely see Sundance :)

BaliDoll 10-25-2009 08:34 PM

They look happy!

The fence scares me though... but I suppose with it being so big you can't really change that it's barbed wire. :-/

kchfuller 10-25-2009 08:44 PM

^ agree about the fence ...

BUT they look really cute and happy ...

is there a reason why you left the halter on? :D

PaintedHooves 10-25-2009 08:54 PM

Sundance is so handsome, as always. :D
He looks like he is enjoying all the space and some new friends to share it with.

parcfarms 10-25-2009 09:01 PM

they are all really cute!! i love sundances markings he has like a knee gaurds on his leg haha.!!! =)

ive heard bad stories about barbwire scares be bad =(

omgpink 10-25-2009 09:29 PM

Ohhh what a handsome boy he is and his pasture mates are gorgeous!

RoCru 10-25-2009 10:36 PM

Well, in my area, Barbed Wire is mostly used. You rarely see a field fenced in anything else. Occasionally, you'll see electric as well as mesh fencing. We have always used Barbed Wire with our horses in the past, and have yet to have a problem. But, you never really know. Anyway, I left the halter on in case of a quick catch, if something went wrong.

kchfuller 10-25-2009 10:48 PM

it looks a bit loose and with 35 acres he is going to explore so i just don't want him to get it caught on something and hurt himself.

sillybunny11486 10-25-2009 11:05 PM

personally i would never put my horse in a barbed wire pasture, especially with horses he dosent really know yet. with 35 acres he could be cought up for a while before anyone sees/ finds him.

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