Last night was kind of discouraging but today so far all the reports on Marika and her colt have been good. No fever in either one, the ultrasound was done on Marika's uterus and there is no free floating fluid, she did not need to be flushed. They ran the ultrasound machine over every inch of the colt's body and found nothing for us to worry about. According to the vet he didn't like that and was quite the kicker. It took a few to hold him still but they got the job done. Of course that is what a normal colt would do so I LIKE that report.
Two of mom's puppies left Monday afternoon. The 2 black and white male puppies are now in their new home.
HERE. We really really need people to help grade the hundreds of studies that come back each week.
When I got home the first job that needed doing was to tease the mares still needing to be covered. Indy needed teasing but since she was with Sangria and Jewel in the pond pasture and they were not in sight, I just took Patty out and teased. She said no. Nikki's owner is picking her up on Saturday and Patty will be moved over there as soon as she leaves which will help with the teasing. The picture below was actually taken yesterday afternoon. Karin hit a dead animal with her car and she needed to put the bottom back together. Below she is working on the car while her dog Studly watches.