Well, we started out the morning feeling better. Ron fed the horses and dogs early as usual. While out in the paddock area, he hollered at me to come out side. There were 2 loose horses on the road. One of them was a stud horse! The other was a cute little roan gelding stopping to eat grass in the neighbors yard across the way. Ron meandered towards them carrying a feed bucket to lure them into a enclosed area around the front of our barn. Neither of then were interested in complying. Both started trotting off the opposite direction, most likely headed back where they came from. The man they belonged to started this way with a bucket of feed trying to catch the wandering duo. The horses kept making there way home until the owner finally corralled them in another neighbors yard down the way. The roan was a real cute mount, about 13 and a half hands tall. The other was a chestnut standing about 15 hands tall. Not a bad looking horse, but definitely not stallion material. I’m always amazed why folks keep or use a stallion that wouldn’t pass on beneficial traits or good conformation to their offspring. Okay, so, lets not meddle into the life of someone else.