Yep, I have scrubbed and washed the heated water buckets a few times this past winter when I discovered nice soupy warm poop... and if I leave the rubber feed pans in the stalls overnight, they'll poop in them too. A few days ago a while poop filled the pan -- none at all went on the ground. It was a perfect target, almost like they intended to do it. Quite impressive actually. Until you walk in with a bucket of feed and have nowhere to put it. Not to mention getting frozen poop balls out of the feed pan and cleaning it up in -25C temps.Hahahahaha.
His expression is like "Mom, what are on earth are you talking about? I would never do such a thing."
I don't stall my horses, but one time when we traveled to an overnight barrel race, Red had gotten an ENTIRE poop in his water bucket I had hung up for him. Like, seriously? You can't poop anywhere else in your stall??