After walking the horses and the dogs, I headed out for a trail run. I was thinking about a 4 mile run and ended up choosing a trail that was right at 5 miles. I felt energized and happy running along the lake in the solitude of early morning.
I got back to camp and noticed Joe had Friday (Snap's half brother; they have the same daddy) saddled and ready to ride. So much for a shower. I quickly grabbed some bites of breakfast while I changed from running clothes to riding clothes. Daniel came into camp from a walk and helped me saddle Serts.
Between work and conditioning Tanna, this was my first opportunity to try out the pair of Renegade boots I have. I originally bought them for Snap, but they are too big for his front feet, so I tried them on Serts' back feet and they fit fairly well, so I had my farrier leave Serts' rear hooves bare. I easily slipped the boots onto Serts' feet and fastened them. Wondering what I was doing wrong. They were so easy to put on!!! Not at all like "easy" boots.