At first they didn't seem quite sure what to do, but soon tucked into the lush grass. Then they started boinging and bolting like a bunch of silly lambs! I would have tried for some video of their antics, but was getting my horse ready for a schooling session. He was alarmed when he spied them through a hole in the fiberglass sidelight of his stall,
so I lead him out into his paddock where he could get a good look at those scary sheep. (He's seen them before, but never in this pasture, so close to his quarters.) It didn't take him long to settle down, though, just like he did yesterday at his very first dressage show. He's got a great mind, this horse!
While I was at the show, Rick and Brian built a new hay feeder for the sheep. The 'roof' isn't finished, but it's useable as is. I've never had a very good system for feeding hay in the wooded lot, so this really fills a need. I'm so thankful to have a handy man for a husband!
That's it for today from . . .