Well we are at 50%. Rosie is now at her new home in Willard. Lil’ Miss is still in Kaysville. We spent all weekend trying to get both of them to the new place but were able to only get Rosie We didn’t have any problems loading Rosie. We could load an un-load her all day if we wanted to. Lil’ Miss will go into the trailer with the exception of her back feet. She will get all the way in a then stops with her legs touching the back of the trailer and will go so far as to stand on her tip-toes but won’t pick them up into the trailer. We tried all sorts of things but just couldn’t get her in. We tried treats, hay, leading and pulling, pushing and picking up her feet one at a time…. Just when it seemed like we were there, she would panic and back out. Rosie would walk in and out the whole time. At one point Rosie even grabbed onto the lead rope with her mouth and started to pull with us. It was quite the sight, I wish I could have taken a picture. Finally we just decided to take Rosie and my dad will work with Miss this week. Hopefully I will come home one night from work and see both of them in the pasture.
I spent the evening with Rosie while she settled into her new home. She was a little nervous and kept calling for Miss. There is a really nice QH mare across the street and Rosie spent some time prancing up and down the fence line checking her out. We spent the rest of the evening exploring the property and she found some nice tender grass to much on. By the end of the night she was fairly calm, I finally had to go inside because my hand were freezing cold. If the weather had been warmer, I probably would have slept outside with her. I can’t wait to go home tonight and walk out to the back yard and have my girl with me.