Friday, March 2, 2007

Here's your video of Secret


Secret with the horses


You'll hear a lot of wind noise on this video, because the wind is horrible here today.  All the horses, even Blue, decided to mind their manners this time, although I was prepared to whack them with the end of the lead rope if need be.  Horses wouldn't be so bad to chase cows if the cows would stand still and let them sniff.  But what usually happens is this:  horses approach cows, cows move away fearfully, horses pick up speed because they want to check out the cows close-up and personal, cows run, and then the chase is on, with the horses winning because they are much faster and more graceful.  In the process of running from the horses, cows can be injured in all kinds of ways (they aren't the brightest creatures on the planet).  You can't feed horses and cows their hay together, either; the horses will usually chase the cows away from the food.

I'll be putting a different Secret video over at "Just Me".

11 comments:

mawmellow said...

Wow they really inspected her !  Thanks to you and your camera helper for letting us see Secret being introduced :)

amy122389 said...

I love how the horses manes are blowing in the wind... :)

~Amy

mutualaide said...

Oh what good horses you have today... Secret is really quite brave.  What I liked about the video best?  Your voice.  I now have a voice and an accent to go with your writing and your photo.  Pretty cool!

scotthlori said...

Little thing was getting sniff in all directions!  LOL

Hey, how do you do the tumbnail link?  I usually embed mine in my entry but I like this way better.

LORI
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lanurseprn said...

Wow those horses really checked her out!  Poor baby. She kept her face toward you the whole time!  That's gotta be scary for her but she did well!
Thanks for sharing it.  I enjoyed it alot.
Pam

helmswondermom said...

She looks so sweet.  Poor thing, she was a little shy of those big horses.  Great video!
Lori
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redpoppy007 said...

she is so tiny and sweet..glad the horses like her.
What will you do with her when she is grown?

mccine said...

Thank You! I loved it. Secret may have enjoyed the inspection a little. Her tail was wagging in some spots. Horses are really nosy critters. I thought they were going to observe from a distance, like the "ghost video". Remember the day you laid on the ground, only one approached you, the rest looked from afar.I told you already that you got me hooked on the videos.  I do not mind watching the horses eat ,(hint).  Thanks  Again. Annie

siennastarr said...

That was so cute!  Those horses could not get enough of sniffing her, could they?  Very interesting!  Reminds me of when I take my Chihuahua over to my brothers, and they have 2 huge dogs!  They sniff her butt EVERY morning!  Guess that's there way of saying, "Good morning!" lol   Love the video.. :)

Hugs
Jackie

gardone1 said...

HI MOSIE ~~~~~I LOVE THE VIDEO AND THAT BABY CALF IS SO PRECIOUS AND SO ARE THE HORSES :0)))))LOOKS LIKE YOU ARE VERY WINDY THERE TODAY SO PLEASE HANG ON TO YOUR HAT LOL :0)))) AND AGAIN THANKS SO MUCH FOR THIS JOURNAL I LLOK FORWARD TO READING IT EACH DAY IT STARTS MY DAY OFF ON THE RIGHT FOOT LOL :0)))))MOSIE YOU HAVE THE BEST JOURNAL THAT I HAVE THE HONOR TO READ                        MARIA :0)))))

suzypwr said...

Aww, how cute :). She is a little shy with the horses, but definitely getting used to her lead. I didn't realize horses were that much into smelling things. I am used to it with my beagles, but it was funny to see horses act the same way! I knew they were curious.

xoxo