Let's get inappropriate, behbeh.
I wasn't there, but apparently it was consensual and the (3!) encounters were brief. Chamie's heat has since calmed down (oh thank God) and now they are just best buds. Am I a horrible horse owner for keeping them together, knowing it could happen again? Probably. Still, neither are worse for the wear, and of course they are both happy as clams. Chamie had been out with LaShore, and as much as I love that horse he did not love her. He kept biting her little bottom and I felt horrible for her. She has no such marks on her now. I even rode her last weekend and she was moving phenomenally (for Chamie). She called a couple of times but then settled and we did some brief work in both directions. I'm so happy she is ride-able! Chamie, maybe not so much:)
Now, Miles has his own mini-harem, with Chamie and Bliss.
They are sweet. My horses win at life!
Pasture grass is in and has made Miles a wee fleshy (!). He and Chamie are now on just a ration balancer and their supplements, along with the occasional beet pulp mash as a treat. Even this, they eat sparingly and slowly. It's lovely what full tummies all the time does to horses.
Coggins were pulled and shots were given a couple weeks ago. Miles is overdue for floating, so this will be done next week (First sedation for my boy since I've had him. I don't think I can take it!).
Other than that we've just been trucking along - riding outside, but not working on anything particularly exciting (I still love me some cross-rails though). Maybe we will graduate to a small vertical soon-or a line with set strides! Ohhhh, the excitement never ends 'round these parts.
I hope others are enjoying your ponies as much as I am. I love seeing them so content. Happy Spring!