We took them outside for the sunshine to dry Lola, below Rhoda is taking them to the field. The filly saw Ruby coming.
and did a flying leap, jumping clear over her.
Once they were out grazing the next job was to bring Star's filly out. She needed to have her tail cleaned off before we took any pictures. She had laid down in that sticky foal manure. She is a good strong filly at just ONE day old.
Below is that cute round bum all cleaned up. Anyone that has dealt with that sticky foal meconium knows that is not something we want to leave on the foal.
Below she is trying to crawl into Rhoda's lap.
She even likes dogs.
Below is the most dramatic shot of the day. Soul did not want to enter the creek with a rider. Rhoda took her rein, and Soul launched herself into the air coming down partially on Rosalie's rump. Check out Emily and Rosalie's faces!
For our dinner tonight we had a real delicacy. Moral mushrooms! Mark found a bunch then Rachel gave us a few more and told me the best way to prepare them. The good news is they were delicious, the bad news is Mark wants MORE!