Pre-soak tape job from yesterday.
She's leaning over to reach her grain, not favoring that foot, although it does look that way.
Gotta love goofy horses - she was actually pretty good about standing in the water for about 12 minutes. She had grain and someone standing there hitting the itchy spots, so she seemed content. But at the 12 minute mark she'd had enough. I persisted so that she'd actually take her foot out of the bucket nicely instead of drenching both of us, but mostly it was a mud bath by that point.
She was walking sound, at least on the soft dirt in the lot, and didn't seem in any sort of discomfort. We'll get her out on a harder surface tomorrow and see. Second round of penicillin then, too.
Sunny was completely normal. Filthy, but normal.
Since T was along and I had the camera I got to actually be in some pictures... well, sort of in some pictures - LOL!
We trotted up and down the driveway several times. T finally figured out how to get things to record on our fourth or fifth pass - neither Sunny nor I were quite as enthusiastic by that point!
He needs a bath, and lots of brushing, and he has a mat in his mane, I was horrified to discover.
If you want to see some gorgeous, clean Arabs in action, go visit MiKael's Mania - Arabian Horses. She has some real beauties, and they're all shiny and smart in their spring coats already.