New herd

MrC

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So Faran has gone in with his new herd of all boys. He seems to be happy and there has been any fracas just some rough play so hoping all’s good.

Just the three of them at the moment. We have some empty stables so we will see if any of them are filled with geldings or new mares.

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Jessey

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He looks just the sort who is saying ‘ watch it boys, when I grow up I’m going to be BOSS’
Glad he’s settled well, he is very handsome.
I was thinking he doesn't look like he's got too much growing before he will be boss :)
 
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diplomaticandtactful

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hopefully they will keep him in line for a while

Buddy is our boss horse, I watched him last week when the farrier had come. everyone was on the yard to be done. They all wanted out. I let the fat club comtois go out with the rest instead of their own field, so everyone wanted to charge up the hill. Buddy was in front. He blocked them all from passing him on the fenced bit which is narrow, just turned around ears back bum to them. No one dared, all the way up the hill he led and they were kept behind him. when they got to the field he graciously let them go and gallop around, but there was no doubt who was in charge. He has less success with donkeys who just ignore him.
 
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