The babies aren't exactly broke to lead. Or stand. Or be bathed... Luckily, they're small enough at this age that they're quite controllable!
Little number 25 likes to help with everything... can you tell?
And here he is, all pretty and ready for his photo shoot. Yes, he's going to Equine Affaire..
Speaking of Equine Affaire, we also worked with the little paint and the little red dun today, getting them ready to lead.
By the time these babies head to Columbus, they have to be pretty good at this leading stuff - we have to walk almost the entire length of the fairgrounds to go from our stalls to our booth in the Voinovich Building! The big horses are always scared of our babies - but our babies are always better behaved than most of the big horses, hehehe.
We are working on our coolest fundraiser for Equine Affaire yet. It's a COLORING BOOK! A Last Chance Corral educational coloring book. Can't get any more AWESOME than that. Wait until you see it, you will all be fighting to be the first in line to purchase it!
This morning, a good friend of Victoria's picked up six foals and headed back home to South Carolina. I know, that's a hike, right?! The foals were quite happy to hop on the trailer and head off to their new lives. If you were wondering why the numbers jumped around, that's why! She took 4 from the new load and two from the old load.
Enjoy your Sunday!