This is Brynn, our little two-year old blind Arabian filly with the multiple medical problems. Among her issues is a neck so short she can't reach the ground with her mouth to graze without having to kneel down on her front legs ... which is hard on horse joints! So we like to take her to where the grass has grown so high she can graze comfortably without having to kneel down. Thus on Sunday afternoon I took her for a walk along our drive where the grass is a couple of feet high, and she could grab big mouthfuls just standing there. I looped the lead rope over back and took this photo.
As you can tell, this is rich, thick, and very green grass ... much to her liking!
Speaking of Brynn, her third surgery didn't fix her leaking problem either, so we are back at square one. I'll let you know once we figure out what Plan D is!