Next out was Jewel and her 3 day old filly by Evan. She is a curious bold filly wanting to check out Rhoda's puppy Ruby.
This filly also really likes people and loves hugs.HERE. Once they were put away we took a break for lunch. After lunch we took Indy out to tease to Evan but she said no. Indy, her filly, Sangria and her filly were put in the pasture behind Valiant's paddock to graze. That pasture is looking great but I'm afraid to put Valiant out in it as long as we have mares that are not bred in the pasture that adjoins his. They were moved after a couple hours back into the middle paddock. Rhoda still had a few minutes to work with Rosaleigh before she needed to leave for home. This mare sometimes has an attitude that needs adjusting.
We thought today might be that day with her tossing her mega mane around.
But she actually surprised us with how well she did for mounting, bending and turning.
Rhoda finished her session with asking for the bow.