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Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Tuesday November 22 2011
Occasionally, neighbor Linda goes jogging, and takes her Owyhee Menagerie with her.
Occasionally, the mini-mule mare gets into somebody's random pasture (by crawling through or under the fences) and stirs up the locals and either can't get out, or pretends she can't get out because by running around, back and forth along the fences, the locals stay stirred up and she stays the center of attention. She always manages to find her way out of said paddocks when she really wants to.
The Menagerie jogged by here the other day, and mini-mule mare got stuck, or so it seemed, in one of our paddocks and stirred up a lot of interest and excitement in our herd! (She was in heat, so that upped the ante.)
She got the herd running,
then she slipped right on under the fence and kept running, back
and back again,
until I finally opened the gate, and she slipped out, and headed for home.
Posted by The Equestrian Vagabond at 9:48 AM
Labels: entertainment, herd behavior, menagerie, mini mule, Owyhee, Owyhee herd, The Equestrian Vagabond
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As much as owning a mini would be fun, I fear I would have to revamp all my fencing in order to keep one here. I suspected the "under the fence" routine would be a problem.ReplyDelete
It does make for an amusing afternoon, however. *LOL*
She is cuteReplyDelete
HA!! She was smart to keep moving...pretty easy to stomp on, that little one! What an event~ReplyDelete
Es un aliciente para los caballos y si además los hace trabajar, es muy bueno que los caabllos se muevan en libertad, aunque sea persiguiendo a una mini-mula.ReplyDelete
La puedes contratar como entrenadora de tus caballos de Raid, ya que estos animales son muy resistentes.
Saludos de Gabriel.
MULES COME IN MINI FORM?!?!?! I need one. Now.ReplyDelete
Oh, that little hussy!ReplyDelete
She really had your herd stirred up! What fun. I'm so glad you caught all of the shots and shared them!
mini.... she is too cute!ReplyDelete
Seeing all those horses in that wide open terrain is breathtaking! I enjoyed your post above on the young endurance riders and your Christmas and Thanksgiving cards are adorable. My art-student daughter always draws or paints our Christmas cards and I frame the originals.
VERY GOOD PICTURES MERRI. THE KIDS NEED TO HAVE A LITTLE FUN NOW AND THEN. MISS YOU LOVE JUDYReplyDelete