We’re just calling it the Golden Girls, Take #2. When we picked up KRK Stardust from her foster home in April, we left somebody behind, Dia H Sandy. The girls cried for each other as the trailer pulled away, and I cried for the first 20 minutes of our return trip. Sandy haunted us for a couple of weeks, and we decided we had to retrieve her.
Golden Girls travel the pen
The two are shown here May 6, after Sandy completed our mandatory two-week quarantine. They had already discovered each other from their respective pens. This is their first time together. Stardust herded Sandy around while Hobbes followed along, trying to make friends. Everything became a lot more relaxed at our place once Stardust and Sandy were reunited.
In a moment of lunacy, I tried jumping up and lying over Sandy’s back a couple of weeks ago. She promptly launched me and luckily, I landed on my feet. Since then, we have been working the golden girls on ponying off of another horse, picking up their feet, and wearing a bareback pad. Sunday, May 14, my daughter Kalinda saddled up Sandy and asked her to carry the saddle while being led. Stardust, whose closeup you will see below, and who is being ponied off of Hobbes while I shoot the video clip from my phone, is not convinced that humans on top of horses are a good idea.