Tricia Booker Photography

July 30, 2011

Neigh

Teddy’s been at his new barn for three days, and he’s still having some trouble settling in. After being turned out in his field in the early morning, he may graze for a short time, but if he can’t see any of the horses around him in their fields he becomes nervous. He hasn’t been running as much as he did the first day, however, he still paces the fence line hoping for a glimpse of a friend.┬áIn a way, I don’t blame Teddy. The second day he was turned out, a large black bear sauntered through the field adjacent to the horses’ paddocks, and they all galloped around in a frenzy until it was well out of sight. Maybe Teddy’s just remaining alert for the next possible predator, which I hope will only be the resident barn cat.

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