When I arrived home Emily and Rhoda had pulled Holly out to take her trail riding at Sandridge and discovered that Holly somehow got a huge gash on her shoulder that would have to be stitched. Dr. Hoerr was called and he promised to be out in a couple of hours. The girls loaded up Anna and Indy for the ride and left. While I was waiting for him Dan showed up with his 5 month old Great Dane puppy Diesel. He played so cute with Emma's last puppy which was scheduled to be picked up today by her owner.
Dr. Hoerr arrived shortly after 1:00 pm. Sissy still wasn't feeling well so I asked him to check her out too after he stitched up poor Holly. Now for the record we don't think it was a big cat attack but sure looks like the result of one. We couldn't find anything in the paddock that would have caused this.
The girls made it back from Sandridge with some funny stories. This is Anna getting out of the trailer.
After the mares were unloaded Emily looked over and noticed Promise stuck under the fence.
I guess the grass or hay is always greener on the other side of the fence.
Notice she kept eating the entire time they were putting her back under the fence.
Emily then work with Rhiannon in that paddock while Rhoda took Promise to the indoor arena. Both girls got round penned then tied.
Above is Promise, below is Rhiannon
Both fillies have a very thick winter coat and it was really needed this winter. They both did very well. Rhonda and Tara showed up with 3 of Tara's girls and they wanted to go see the babies. Dancing Ember, Sissy's filly was glad for the attention.
Notice that white spot on her rump? Rhoda pointed out that it is shaped like a heart.
Holly wanted to meet the girls too. When the stall door was opened she came right up to them.
Emily and Rhoda just got back from Ruth's house where they were wrapping Bibles. They had a good sized group there and were just about able to finish all the boxes until they ran out of the letters and lessons we stuff inside. My bad, I should have made sure there was enough. Anni Davidovic said she would finish wrapping them later. Emily checked on Sissy and reported she doesn't seem to be in distress, there was one pile of manure in the stall and it was obvious she had eaten some hay. Sure hope she is on the mend.