Wow, It never ceases to amaze me how wrong I can be when it comes to guessing what the horses will do. I was so worried about Suri getting hurt by the other horses. The boys do play pretty rough. But yesterday was Suri's day to meet DaBubbles. Suri was in the lower field and I brought down DaBubbles. As soon as she saw him, she whirled around and planted both hind feet near/or on his head/shoulders. Well I can tell you DaBubbles had some seriously hurt feelings. He flew off as if he had wings and raced around the field for about 6 laps. Then he went to the gate and tried to leave. He wasn't physically injured, but boy was his little ego crushedAfter about 15 minutes they made "nice" and kind of hung out for awhile. Suri wasn't real energetic, (must have been all that warm sunshine) :) and they did end up kind of playing for a few minutes. After that we put Suri back in and let Honey Bandit and Patches out, and the three boys had a blast. Next I am going to let Suri and Patches (the other mini) play, as she has made it pretty clear she will be able to hold her own. Hmmmmmmmmm I am thinking lead mare??? Honey Bandit is almost ready to hang out with the big guys. Chilly Pepper is kind of snotty (to put it politely), but Dakota is awesome with the youngsters. It will be good when he and Honey Bandit can hang out, as HB will learn some etiquette that can only be taught by his elders. So all in all it was a great day for the kids as they all got to go play in the big field. Am forwarding some pix, and hopefully they will be the appropriate size. ha hahugs P & the gang
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