Winston was a rock star. He remembered all his bendy lessons and was like butter around my leg. The last time I rode him, he finally bent around my leg at canter. Today, he bent on the circle and in the corners and anywhere else I asked him. His leg yield was prompt and reaching waaaaaay under; not straight, mind you, but expressive and easy. I was
We let the horses graze afterwards. The grass is quickly turning brown so they had to forage far and wide. Flash, Mufasa and Winston headed for the area where blackberries are growing on the fence.
Jackson was busy behind the barn, grazing along the back driveway. He came around the corner of the barn and headed for the grass on the slope. Right after I stopped the video, he saw the others and cantered - CANTERED- up to join them. Lame? I don't think so. Not today, anyway.
Then they spotted the front lawn. ooooohhhh, green grass! Even better.
|Can you see Jackson and Mufasa through the apple tree?|
|Brett on his way to get Flash. A horse stepping on a sprinkler head is not a good thing. Can you see Flash's tail through the cherry tree on the right?|
|Mufasa was hiding in plain sight. Jackson was busy by the fountain.|
|Maybe Winston and Mufasa wanted to come in the house? Winston walked right up to the front door.|