Sunday, April 12, 2009

It's Easter Sunday now and after a long two weeks of working from sun up til way past sun down, I decided I wasn't going to do absolutely anything today. Rose and her buddies were given full run of the farm for the day to graze a little and so I could keep on the pj's and just take a few photos off the back porch (no stupid bunny ear pictures this year). Thankfully Mark invested in a super zoom lense for my camera this past Christmas.

With all her running around, you'd think she'd drop a few pounds. As of today Rose only gets a handful of her Purina Ultium per day and that's only so I can get the Recovery EQ down. She's allowed grazing for a few hours then put on the crappy field with the crappy hay that is only there to alleviate boredom.
notice the cat taking a nosedive into the barn


Jst4Fun said...

Isn't it amazing how quickly the barn cats can move when a horse is coming at them?! LOL

Rose looks great and happy as always!

backattheranch said...

I love these pictures of the horse. I am in the process of buying a Cremello gelding. Do you offer any advice on the cremello? Do they tend to have eye problems, skin problems? Thanks

MyhorsewearsPrada said...

I'm glad your blog is back. I've missed reading it.

AmyJ said...

backattheranch - I've never had any problems with out cream horses and they're out in the elements nearly 24/7. We don't treat them any different than other other colored horse. The same goes for Rose. No sunscreen or special treatment from the weather.