||[Apr. 13th, 2007|03:16 pm]
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My little diva is home! After..... wow six weeks in PA. i wasn't able to make the trip with her yesterday, and by the time i got to the farm she had had time to show how glad she was to be out in some open space. By rolling in the mud, LOL. Well, on one side at least, here is her "clean" side:
The graft is healing well. It will never completely go away, but, in this photo (sorry about the blurriness), it appears as a stripe down the front of the eye. A bit of the healthy cornea is visible on the inside front of the eye, which is good because it means most likely she will have at least a little forward vision.
Having been away from the "herd" for almost two months, she comes back in in the bottom of the pecking order, LOL. But Gallant was happy to see her, coming to the fence nearest the round pen and giving her kisses over the top of the fence. Awww how sweet. (well, she's in season, so it's really no surprise, LOL)
Now is the time for me to go up there every week and continue some training, to make the most of the two months of constant handling she's just had :-)
The horsey is home! I'm glad she's doing well.
yeah me too, now it's time to make the best of all the handling she's been getting, and work on training stuff once a week!
YAY for horsey being Home!
Have fun playing with her!
and watch out for them Romeo Studs - she's awful cute and they is gonna be checkin' her out - don't get yerself squished in the mad rush!
LOL, in "her" field there is one boy and two other girls, and when she got home, Gallant wouldn't let the other girls near her to say hello. And i try to not get into the middle of the herd these days, having been knocked over once before, LOL.
She's such a sweetheart.
i can't tell you how lucky i am, considering i bought her based on her baby photo and misinformation as to who her father was. Apparently there were two percheron stallions named George, the one with the photo on the web site was named George the Hottie and oh yeah he was gorgeous. But there was no photo of the other George so i naturally was confused.
But she's turning out to be a very people-oriented girl, which sure comes in handy when she has to be handled by strangers, LOL.
2007-04-14 04:12 am (UTC)
cool! WROOT even!
yes! Sooooo glad to have her back home!
Oh god. That last photo brought tears to my eyes.
She is so sweet, everyone at the hospital and the lay-up farm was impressed with her manners, especially for a green horse with not much formal training at all. Hey, next time you're in my area (um, *after* Memorial Day!!), lemme know and i'll take you to the farm. Horse therapy is good :-D
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