Rushcreek Aurora, 13 months
I know, I know, the perfection won't last. Growing pains and hormones and fillies being fillies, I'll no doubt be back with some training/behavior issue posts soon. For now, I'll merely fill your eyes with my clever, good looking Arabian fillies aged 3 and 1. They were both exemplary creatures today and I'll admit it, I'm *proud* of the places I've come with both of these gals in our respective relationships. Sheza has been a wonderful test of my inner calm and patience since day one, and after almost 5 months with my junior Rushcreek I have a hunch that Rory's bold bossy attitude is going to be a great stretching of the filly raising skills that I think I now have.
Rory's getting more solid by the week! Quite a difference 5 months makes
step sisters, but the amicable kind
Rory putting herself away with Desire. 2nd time doing this routine, she's a bit of a smarty pants
Sheza had her briefest round pen session yet, executing everything I asked calmly and lining up for her gold star the first time around. I decided to test that patience by giving her a thorough hoof trim; aside from a discussion on pulling her hinds away it was all groovy
Thanks for the great morning, girls!