He knows that I don't want him to but sometimes he decides it's worth it to dive across the aisle to the hay. However, more recently, if I'm in the stall and he starts to consider leaving I say 'uh uh' and he comes back in.
Tonight as I was getting him some fresh water I turned around to see him with all 4 legs inside the stall but his head was snaked around and stuck in Irish's feed dish.
"Steele!!" I exclaim
"what?" he responds innocently. "I'm in my stall"
Irish just sighs.
So there's no excuse for not being able to do lateral work.
I have a few years to get E-H 'shoulder in with head in feed bin' added to dressage tests. We'll nail that move!
|This was when Steele first came to show you how he'd have to |
flex his head around
|the day he came to live here when I opened the he came right out.|