|One Happy Kid.|
We got stall number 4 all ready. Hooked up the trailer and off we went to Cincinnati. The trainer brought him up from the field and it was a fairly quick process of getting vet paperwork and loading up.
|Loaded up and ready to head home.|
We pulled up and opened up his window so he could pop his head out and all three horses were out in the field simultaneously looked at him, looked at each other then ran to the fence to stare and snort at the new guy. He walks off the trailer. Looks around for about 1 second then proceeds to put his head down to eat. I walked him the fence so they could say hi. He doesn't even bother lifting his head while he is sniffed by Steady and the randomly jump and run.
|Oh Hai. You guys have good grass here.|
|Oh look hays too.|
I gave them a couple hours like that then decided to introduce him into the pasture. I pulled out Lily because I figured of everyone she would be the most drama. Turns out Penny found this as her opportunity to finally boss someone around. Steady is just insistent that he must be in between him and his ladies at all times. Again Lego? Completely unfazed by any of them or their attempts to draw him into pointless prancing and running. He pretty much ignores all of them and looks for food. I am falling in love with this guy more and more by the second. Such a chill guy.
|Meeee drag small children for fooodz????|
He is such a gorgeous creature. I am still in disbelief we got lucky enough to get such an incredible horse for next to nothing. I've looked longingly at draft crosses for years and daydreamed of getting one. But didn't think it was in the cards unless I got a young one and started from square one. Which was not something I was particularly fond of doing. I just feel so blessed to add this guy to our family. He is going to be so fancy! You should see his trot. It's gorgeous. Ground covering, impulsion, just beautiful movement.
|Why are they trying to smell my butt do they not see there is grass?|
Welcome home Legacy! There will be no more bouncing around from barn to barn, lesson kid to lesson kids or leaser to leaser. You are home now!