Cierra came home a day before our scheduled vet appointment. She was greeting by an eager welcoming committee.
too much pressure
Cierra had a long day and was still in heat. She understandably wasn't in the best mood. Shortly after this photo Cierra struck out, banging the gate. Very out of character. First time we've ever seen her strike.
Whaaat? Somebody had to tell them to back off.
Glad Brad decided to wait to turn the herd out together in the morning.
Nemo had a few opinions about his herd being separated. He flew around the pasture, making laps and a lot of dust. It is super dry here. We are in the early stages of a drought. There was a fair amount of calling back and forth for the remainder of the afternoon. Cierra is stalled next to Nemo, so they had plenty of time overnight to exchange whatever horses tell each other.
Our little herd went out together in the morning, and all was well in their world. They just seem happier with all four of them together. In the morning there was a lot of this: