LOL:) yeah I guess.
I think she'd go novice on the new guy. The biggest draw back with him will be doing the obstacles. He seems like a really really nice horse. LOL...he does have the Celia trademark tho...he doesn't load well. Took her about 15 minutes to get him in, and that done with her holding the feed bucket and me whipping him in the butt. She says he'll run right in at home to eat, she feeds him in there, which proves my belief that feeding them in the trailer doesn't work.
How does she drive? It's my theory that horses who won't get in the trailer to go home have bad drivers.
You know, these horses have been in the barn most of the day. It wasn't even that bad out. They just like it in there. We had to kick them out this afternoon so they'd move around a little :~)
It's just so muddy around the paddock that once they slog through it to come in they're reluctant to go back out :~\ I can't wait till spring !
We went for a 'walk' today, we'd like to start doing that again, I'd really like to lose weight this spring. We went 4 times around the pasture and I think Beaker figured for us that was a mile. When we do that a few more times, I'd like to pick a nice day and go up to the trailhead we went to the second day and walk down to the river and back. No horses, it's still closed to horses. It's only about a mile, but there's that big hill.