THIS is what I walked out to yesterday morning.
I have no idea what she did. There's not any new marks on the walls nor any marks whatsoever on her. First thought was this was stuck on either a leg or a head and she annihilated it in her attempt to remove it, but I can't find any evidence of bucket attack so I can only conclude that it was a planned assault on Rosie's part. I think she got it off it's hanger and just played with it and stomped at it until finally it resulted in the bucket's death. This is definitely the worst case of bucket abuse I have seen around here.
This bucket's untimely demise also resulted in my doing something I had never done before. I bought actual Christmas gifts for a horse. I've always given extra hay or treats or a little extra attention for Christmas. Never have I actually gone out to buy "gifts" for any of my equine pals. Halie and I have exchanged personalized halters or blankets for certain horses, but never have they gotten their own presents. This year, Rose changed that. Tomorrow, these will be installed in Rosie's stall as her Christmas gifts. Maybe this will keep that mind of hers busy?(course the Rounders cookies are for all of them).I tried loading another small video short overnight but I woke up to the lovely "upload failed" so I'll try once again today.