This morning, a boxer named Benny saw Blue, sat down and wouldn't move, kept watching Blue, lay down as he got nearer, then Blue went straight past ignoring him and Benny finally got up and continued his walk.
I got a sharer when I was struggling to find the time to look after my mare properly. She looks after mare 3 days a week. Doesn't pay anything, I was looking for a sharer to help with the workload not the finances.
What do you do with your horse? Do you need a school with jumps, a dressage arena, space to park a trailer or good hacking?
What part of the country are you looking in? Someone on here might be local to you and able to suggest somewhere.
Our Parsons used to destroy squeaky toys in a maximum of 6 minutes. I bought him a Kong one, thinking it would last longer, he couldn't destroy it but lost interest in it after about 5 minutes because he couldn't kill it!
Is there any formal rebuke for the (French??) rider who rode his horse til it fell, exhausted? An American rider got red carded a few years ago for doing this, so surely there should be some consistency.
He's absolutely fine, enjoying his walks and his food, currently curled up on the sofa next to me. He had an unfortunate encounter with a cattle grid yesterday when out with my OH though, for some reason he got it into his head that he could jump over it and ended up with all 4 legs down the...