Above Zion saw what she thought was a toy dinosaur. She tried to pick it up and when the lizard jumped, she jumped and cried.
Iris loved putting her entire face in the water.
Lily's filly was not with her.
When she made it down to the water's edge the filly came out of the woods and joined her in getting a drink. Below the filly was noticing her reflection in the water.
They were eating the seed pods off the top of the grasses and loving it. Above is Lisa and Skye.
There were foals everywhere either up and grazing, nursing or taking naps in the soft grass and warm sunshine.
Isla was down at the lake and Ivan was looking for her. She heard him call and headed back up the hill. She is such a sweet yearling.
Below is Ivan.
Poor Ivan injured his eye, probably by running through the woods and getting it scratched. I'll be bringing in him tomorrow to see if there is anything to be done for it.
He let me examine it closely, he has scarring but it is not weeping or didn't seem sensitive. Madiera's colt came up for attention. I was trying to get a few pictures of him but he wouldn't let me get far enough away. He kept putting his nose right on the camera.
I finally found Rosalie in the woods all by herself. Her udder is not bagged up which is good except she is such a big mare that I can't tell if she had the foal early and lost it. She just doesn't seem to be as big as she was the last time I checked on her.
Below she is heading up to meet Ayanna so I just have that picture of her rear end.
By this time it was after 1:00 pm and all the horses had been checked over. If you would like to see the rest of the pictures from this trip out to Middle Grove click HERE. I snapped the picture below as I turned to hike back to the car.
I drove straight up to the apartment to get some of that grass fed beef out of the freezer to start the Berean meal. Faith, Eden and Ava were in the barn with Oksana and Jenis getting all the burrs out of their manes and tails. These two mares will be putting on a jousting demo on Friday.
Mom was called to see if she had any potatoes and carrots to add to the stew meat and thankfully she did. I sure didn't want to do any more driving today. I'll be heading to bed in a few minutes and that bed is going to feel SO good.