After the walk Jenis was loaded up and taken to Hoerr Vet clinic for another ultrasound. It is always interesting walking into his clinic around the guard turkeys of which Dr. Hoerr has 2 of them both Toms. The colors they show are magnificent.
Emma is job shadowing Dr. Hoerr, she came to our place on Friday and today was willing to hold Jenis' tail out of the way.
Dr. Hoerr puts an antibiotic in the sterile saline an then the entire bottle into her uterus.
As soon as Jenis was unloaded I had to go to Sam's Club for some groceries. When each weekend is over the food is gone. I see why mom has 2 refrigerators both with decent sized freezing compartments AND a chest freezer. I have no pictures of Funday Monday since everyone was gone by the time the groceries were put away but I did hear some pretty funny stories. Tate, Jenny's son was out in the canoe paddling and paddling, the wind had picked up and was actually pushing the canoe backwards. Tate looks up at the windmill then exclaims to his mom, "someone needs to turn that windmill off, It's ruining everything today!"
This evening each foal on the place was worked with. I was so proud of Indy's filly, today I held the halter out and she walked over and put her head in the halter. What a smart filly. Soul's filly wasn't quite that good but did not throw a fuss at all. Today was the first time ever putting a halter on Sangria's 4 day old filly and she too was good. Eliza's colt and Sheena's colt are at the cabin. I took their evening grain over and played with both the colts. These boys are both very friendly, they are half brothers both by Valiant and both sweet. Roxanne, Rosalie and the Appy mare were all teased and none of them showed. Emily was out working Valiant when I was teasing the mares with Evan. Valiant could see Evan running around all excited and could hardly stand that he had to pay attention to Emily but by the time she was done with him she was pretty thrilled. He is moving well off her leg and is getting lead changes.