Thanks guys, it's tough because she was moved because her run in (at home) is fallen in (the roof shingles ripped off in a hurricane caused a bad leak). I am moving away (and bringing the mare) next spring and it's hard to justifying $1000 plus for a new run in shelter. But if this continues too much longer I'll have to bring her home, or see what the owner thinks if we might separate them.
There is no place to board, and I am keeping her here because I take care of all three horses every other day and the owner takes care of them on my days off. Spice seems to thrive off exercise and trail rides every day, her feet have healed nicely too, so it would be sad to leave. She is a hard working and trusty little mare, most people think she's pretty because she's so dainty, little do they know how tough she is. But if our safety becomes more of a concern than I'll rip off the run in roof and fix it, at the very least.
Again thanks lots to think about, at least now she has a blanket on, so the bites are not to her skin, I can replace a blanket but it seems to be protecting her good.
Sorry I should point out the other owner has never had a problem with this gelding being aggressive before, it's usually the little one who does because he's a late cut gelding. But the mare and him are okay with each other. Maybe the big guy doesn't want to "share" his buddy?
Last edited by Cruiser; 10-24-2013 at 12:56 PM.