About horses and horse ownership by two women who own horses and live in the midwest of the United States.
I really didn't have to do much to encourage them to come this evening. So the video is rather uneventful. Thankfully they did move themselves to dry ground in their shelter.
Oh goodness!! You do have quite the muddy mess there!! Ugh....I hate the mud. I would rather have snow, well, at least mud means that it's warmer, right?? It will dry up soon!! We were covered in mud here too. It finally dried up a bit. Thank goodness.
I know exactly how you feel! We have mud galore. The poor horses. We can't seem to get a break from the snow, wind and rain this year.
LOL, I did fix Kola's halter. Just saw it on the video. Hope it dries up soon!
Bleh... looks similar to my place :-( It's the worst when you have to push a wheelbarrow full of horse poop through it!! Too bad rain is in the forecast... at this rate we won't be dry until June!
Ouu lala...mudd madness!
The mud at my barn has caused several infections, lameness and a ligament injury to a 2 year old in the round pen, its very dangerous stuff. I'm here in the US as a Canadian citizen with "permanent residency status", which is a complete misnomer as the card expires every 10 years. People always think that because I'm married to a US citizen everything is taken care of. I wish you luck and a speedy process.
I don't even want to think about mud, talk about it or hear it. I am so sick of the stuff!!!! And I'm sure you're right there with me.
It's very muddy. Hope the sun will shine and dry soon !
It has rained here for it seems like a month. Actually every other day for a week or so.I am so sick of the mud, and my horses being covered in it...not to mention the doggies when they to out to "do their business"Hope we both dry out soon !
Will not comment on the mud. Mine is, at the moment, not too bad. But it is raining again. *sigh*I guess horses actually do like to be dry? My two older boys are hogging the run in shed on the west side of the barn and the younger guy is kind of hanging out just beyond, waiting to be invited in. Of course, there is shelter elsewhere available......
This time of year is a mess, isn't it? If things go as usual in the midwest, next the ground will get so dry and hard it will be like concrete.....You gotta be adaptable to live in this area of the country, don't you?
Oh, that video really is worth a thousand words. Seems the horses learn fast to walk the edge.Now, I know where to send those Golden Retriever mud hounds we have here. Oh, what a happy day they would have with you!
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