Jackson couldn't believe his luck. A stall! Of his own! At Aspen Meadows, he was out in the paddock and he missed being in the barn with the others. It was better for his feet to be in the paddock so when Mufasa arrived we gave away his stall. Sorry Jackson. Are you happy now?
Flash was non-plussed by the whole affair. Ho-hum, he's seen it all. A new stall and a new farrier aren't worth getting excited about. His trim was uneventful. The thing that does get his attention is the flash on the camera. He hates it. Can you tell?
Winston thought his stall was the rumpus room. He tried to get his halter off the hook, he played in his automatic waterer and he chewed on the wood.. His feet are strong and healthy. No surprise. He was a little nervous about Greg handling his hind feet but he'll get over that. He's always nervous around new vets, farriers, and dentists.
Greg's favorite horse was Mufasa. He loved Mufasa's large soft eyes, his kindness and his calmness. Not to mention what a beautiful boy he is. Greg pulled his hind shoes and we'll see how he does over the winter. He'll always have to have shoes on the front because of the quarter crack on his front hoof.