Back in 2011, I noticed a lonely toy horse, standing by itself in a lush field (Out to Pasture). I’d had one of those horses when I was a kid, although mine got a lot more use. I drove by it almost every day when I drove my daughter to school but never saw a child out there playing.
Over the past three years, the herd started to grow. First, there was a turnout buddy. Then the herd grew to three, and later to four. After that, they started breeding (The First Foal).
This spring, the evidence of the breeding program at “Rockinghorse Farm” is evident as the herd population has exploded. Just as well they have such great pasture! I still haven’t seen any signs of humans (large or small) but I know many of us enjoy watching the herd grow. I only regret that I didn’t take pictures over the winter — it was a great way of keeping track of the snow levels!
Here’s the foundation sire for the program and what got me started on this series.
FWIW, these horses are always just as I found them. It’s fun to see how the herd interacts and re-arranges itself, so I’ve never been tempted to meddle with them.
2 thoughts on “Rockinghorse Farm spring foals on the ground”
Love it! A breeding program I can stand behind!
So cool! I love neat things like that 🙂