Where did that..

June 13th, 2008

fence come from. There I was munching some grass and this sheep fence jumped onto my foot and trapped me. Argh I thought, what did I do to deserve that. I was stuck and my leg was dragged up by the fence. The fence was the length of the field and had fence posts and everything.

Luckily, Kirsten and Ellie came by and beat the fence back before it wrapped itself around my neck and sucked the blood and spirit from me. Then my hero came bounding over the hill and chopped the fence up into little pieces before releasing me. Phew!

Munch, munch..

June 11th, 2008

..munch. This, munch, grass is, munch munch, delicious. We have finally, munch, been put, munch, back in, munch, our big, munch, field.

I can’t move. I don’t want to move. I’ll just have another bite of this grass.

It’s not fair..

June 8th, 2008

..because the ponies have the lovely sweet grass in their field and we are left with the sheep and the well grazed river field. We are considering going on strike. Although at least some of us are still getting fed after work so it’s a very difficult call. Maybe we’ll think about it some more before we actually stop working.

It was great..

June 4th, 2008

..this afternoon because I got to gallop up and around the fields with Charlotte on my back. I went soooo fast and there was no way anyone could stop me. Fantastic!

The grass is..

June 3rd, 2008

..delicious and we aren’t allowed it. The sheep are breaking through the fence to eat it and the ponies are eating it, but we are still stuck in this steep sided field, reaching over the fence to grab little bits or munching on a mouthful whenever we are taken through the field.

Hopefully one day we may get a field like that all of our own! 🙂

So coooool..

June 2nd, 2008

.. I just went faster than I have ever done before. I galloped through the fields and went full speed trying to catch up with Tollulah who had a head start. It was fantastic and much better than drag hunting. The wind was whipping through my mane and the ground was flying underneath me. It was such a shame that I ran out of field before I ran out of energy.

Bring it on again.

We want rain, we want rain..

May 27th, 2008

..we are just getting so sick of this little field.

Mind you we have a new horse with us. Chinook must have passed some test or something because she is now allowed to mix with us. Must have been a prettiness test because we are all so pretty..

Bye bye Trio..

May 22nd, 2008

..we will all miss you but especially me. I’m stuck here in this field with horses and sheep and only saw and heard you go from a distance. We had such fun together chasing each other around the front paddock, biting and rearing, what a laugh.

Hope you travel well and take care, hopefully we’ll see you back down here sometime soon.

BG (and the B is for BIG)

Gallopy, gallopy, gallopy..

May 16th, 2008

..this is great fun there are more of us together tonight and we have loads of hills and can run around and play together.

Mind you Snoops is being a bit rude to all the new guys running around the field with us.

We are not sure what all the brown bits in our field are. It doesn’t really matter because the rain is washing it away.

Sheep – they’re all..

May 15th, 2008

..mad. For weeks now the sheep and their lambs in the River field have been escaping into our field and then running off. We thought that the field must have been really disgusting. But today we were all put into this field as well while a tractor went around our field and threw small white balls at the ground. We don’t know what that is all about but cannot understand why the sheep would want to leave this field. It’s gorgeous with really rich tasty grass.

At one point we thought Shaun was coming to take us back to our field so we all ran away.

Hope we can stay here for even longer. Mind you those sheep don’t have get through the grass…

….Buster! put that lamb down; you cannot pick it up and drop it over the fence.. put it down!

Got to dash.