Moving day was a breeze and the boys have seemed to fall right into their new
schedule and pasture with ease!
Walking Flynn around the new pasture to get him familarized. He is such a good boy and
handled everything beatifully. I was like he had been living there all along!
The new sign for the front pasture gate.
Of all the new loving family members surrounding this little horse he seems to have put all of his trust and respect into this little girl! He follows orders for her with the zero resistance and with the greatest of ease and confidence. It is an unspeakable bond that has been created in the short time since he has been moved out to the new pasture. It funny... Here is this little 3 year old girl, who expects nothing from this horse yet he gives her everything. He can be so stubborn for me to work with and sometimes to just get him to move. But he never fails to do so with her!! All those days I was out at the boarding stables with him without my daughter because it was raining, too muddy, too cold, or too snowy and he STILL chooses her! All the times I fed him the treats, removed the knots from his hair and cleaned the dirt from his eyes and hooves.
It is funny.... the lessons you learn in life!
I guess it is true...
"It isn't the person who seeks the horse it is the horse who seeks the person".
FINALLY! Warm enough weather for a well needed soapy bath!!
Drying out after the bath
She HAD to show the horses her ballet recital costume to see what they thought of her!