I put halters on Jackson and Flash to walk them out to the back pasture which is full of green grass. Jackson marched along beside me, steady and sound. Flash lagged behind, the lead rope at its full length, as he gingerly followed. Mufasa took up the rear, no halter or lead rope required. He was not going to be left behind.
I couldn't get the pasture gate open fast enough. Flash and Jackson barely cleared the gate before dropping their heads to graze.
Mufasa did a bit of a walk-around, checking out the new digs, before settling in to graze.
The horses were happy in the pasture all day with the grass, a water trough and a creek.
The donkeys watched the horses from their pasture. I'm sure they were wishing they were out in the back forty as well.
The sun was coming up over the barn as I headed back from the back pasture to let the dogs out of the barn and feed the goats.
We had a sunny day with highs in the 60s. Clouds started gathering in the afternoon and we expect rain tomorrow night. We are up to 20% of normal rainfall now -- an improvement from February when we were at 12%.