Monday, May 14, 2007

14 May 2007

The first shot is a more "artsy" photo of the brat child. He is growing like a weed and is so full of nonsense. You have to love him.

The second shot is of Piglette in the new pasture. They are positively glowing with health out there. We may have a bit of bad weather coming up, a few storms (which we need now) and they have no indoor area but have various places alongside the buildings that they can shelter in so I am not too worried. My horses are spoilt I know LOL everyone tells me that but that is the way I am and I won't change.

We had a successful trip to the doctor today, it went smoothly and quickly and we were home by noon again. The vet came at 2pm and we gelded the older stallion (poor boy!!!). When we got to the yearling we discovered that only one of his testicles had dropped so we were unable to do him as in order to find the other one we needed to be in more sterile and better indoor conditions. We were working on the lawn outside the front of the house. So Blaze was given a reprieve. I will check him over the next few months and hope that he will drop the other one but if he doesnt we will have to make plans for him to go to the surgery to do the operation.

So it has been a busy day and I am running very late again. Hope you all had a good Monday and wishing you all a great Tuesday.




Mike said...

Boy, I waited a few minutes before I got on and suddenly I am behind on my comments. Nice shots the last couple of days.

Glad to hear the doctor's visit went well. And glad to hear that you got one out of the two gelded.

Take care and get some rest.

talj said...

So pleased to read everything went well for you all yesterday! :o) Lovely images, as always! I am sure there is nothing wrong with spoiling your horses Lori...I am sure if CG were there she'd be more than happy to help you spoil them! :o)

Anonymous said...

I think these are splendid photos.

Have your ever seen the top of two Hondas?

KMF said...

nice photo
have a nice day

Anna said...

That first shot is wonderful..... :) I love your unique perspective!

CG said...

T is right I would LOVE to help spoil your horses! That photo of the brat baby is just stunning xxx

Rising Rainbow said...

Oh Geez, I hope the other one drops. That's a pain and more expensive to do it the other way.

I can't believe I've gotten this far behind. Guess I"m more out of it than I thought.

Hope all is well!

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