The horses are getting along better every day. I let Crook follow the other two into the dry lot when grazing time was over. There were several threats from all three horses, but this time, no injuries. I decided not to push my luck so soon, and seperated Crook from them for the night. But there's no doubt they are getting along better. If the dry lot wasn't so small, they'd be fine there, I'm sure; and eventually, they might do OK there.
I only feed the horses a bite of grain. Mark Rashid says almost every problem horse he's dealt with was being fed too much grain. If it weren't for calling them in from pasture twice a day, they'd hardly ever get grain from me. My local horse-trainer thinks I'm terrible, since he feeds his horses three 3-pound coffee-cans-full daily with a raw egg mixed in. But my horse looks as good as his, and seems to feel fine. I trust Mark Rashid.