I can't believe my eyes.
I went out and brought Beautiful in from the herd, tied her while I cleaned stalls, then put her in a stall to separate her from the herd for a while. I stayed out there about another forty-five minutes to ride Cowboy and came in and sat down.
As I've said before, my main chair overlooks the pastures and the stalls, and when I turned to look out--there was Beautiful trying to climb out of her run. Yes, climb!! She put one hoof on the first rung, then the next on the other, tried to jump to the third and came back down on the ground. Now she's running in and out of the stall.
Hmmmm...it didn't take her too long to get herd bound. I'm thinking it's a good thing I have her stalled alone today. But really, have you ever seen a horse try to climb the rails?
Pics from today:
Two of the three barrels we brought in to practice figure eights, flags, clover pattern--and everything else we can think of with barrels.
A simple jump my husband made for me this weekend. Scrap lumber and PVC pipe.