That's the left over mess of mane all mixed up. Thought I would leave it out on the lawn for the birds to use for nest building. While it was still sunny, I went out and decided to detangle manes. It was driving me nuts. After a little correction from yesterdays attitudes, I found the girls, especially Kola in much better moods, so I did some detangling of manes. Jess had turned me on some time ago to cooking spray. This works better than anything I've ever used before and they tolerate the spray can pretty well. Kola and Misty both fell asleep while I was grooming, that is, until Daddy Steve showed up with a hand full of fresh green grass each for a treat. And a good brushing for both as they are really shedding out. It was a successful week. They got through their shots on Monday and I wormed them on Tuesday. I was concerned about worming Kola as it has just been over a week since her colic and I was worming for everything including Tapeworms, which can be a bit strong for them, but all went well. I used Zimecterin Gold. Kola even ate up her Metamucil today with a little bit of corn oil mixed in with it and her grain. I usually take halters off, but it's going to storm tonight and tomorrow, so I like to leave the halters on, just in case I need to move them quickly. After grooming them, I noticed a few irritable flies hanging around, so legs were sprayed and the girls appreciated it. Just pleased that they are both, especially Kola, are in better more cooperative moods, as evidenced by them eating nicely together tonight. Maybe we're finally getting out of this wretched heat cycle.