|Though he may be small, he is feisty...|
|"I've been practicing my pawing!"|
Bast was able to return to his old field, which is amazing. He's familiar with two of the three horses out there already. Plus the new horse is an excellent boss, meaning Bast shouldn't find himself in charge of the herd. That's a position that has made him quite insecure in the past.
|"I used to rule these two." -- Bast, probably|
|Three happy amigos.|
|"Sup, dude. You wanna go?"|
|Seriously, though. I own a pony. Apparently.|
I'm assuming Bast will end up in his favorite place, second in command. Both my horses have found themselves here, and I kind of love this placing. The second in command horse isn't messed with and has some authority, but he's not in charge of making all the super important decisions. Overall, it's a very low stress position. Both my boys have been very happy occupying this role.
|"Get back here! I wanna be your tiny lieutenant!"|
The increase in turnout, addition of horse interaction, and excellent pasture should keep him healthy going forward. And? Should he decide this situation isn't to his liking? I'll just put his brother in his place and send him back to the old farm.
|You're on notice, son.|