Today, at 2:00 am, our "twins" Eve and Holly playing !
A bit later (around 5 or 6:00 am), the handsome SFS Little Goldenberry (leased from Tori), posing.
And then, suddenly, he started jumping all around his paddock without any reason. Probably playing.
I made him live in a stall the first few days, but he got so hard to handle that I decided to try letting him in a paddock when not working. I was afraid he would jump over the fences to get to the mares, but he seems just fine where he is and is generally rather quiet.
Post by Alice Kyle on Jun 23, 2012 12:06:52 GMT -5
She seems perfect for that. Once she's trained and has competed a bit, I think I'll breed her.
And thanks for my other horses! I can only breed Kiss (my American mustang mare) cause the others already have made a foal recently and Eve and Holly are a bit too young and green, but all my stallions are available for breeding. Go take a look if you want : wildwestranch.weebly.com/stallions.html (I just need to add their profile and the formular for the breeding applications.)
I'm planning to make some works at the ranch (barn facilities). I'll replace the western cart decoration by an outside shower (one more will not be too much). And I will enlarge the arena. I'll post some pictures soon.
I was also thinking about changing the stalls (replacing the in-game stalls by "home-made" stall. But I'm still not sure. Does anybody has an advice about it? If I do so, where can I find feeding and drinking troughs?
Post by Tori Gregory on Jun 25, 2012 17:33:51 GMT -5
Such beautiful pictures. So glad to hear that Goldenberry isn't too much of a hasle He's normally not very interested in the girls, but loves to have his horse ball and play all day long! He's an energetic little boogar lol