Patiently waiting... (and you can see the stick horses hanging on the brick wall behind them)
As for the red stuff, that was left-overs from a visit by Jamba Juice - ha! And my horses and donkey didn't even poop once outside the trailer :)
Volunteer Michelle and her mini mare Ginger, who was one of the first miniature horses we rescued back in 2003.
Volunteer Mel with my Foxy, who also came to us through the rescue.
If you look real close you will see that Mel has both arms casted! Good thing Foxy is such a well-behaved horse ;)
Volunteer Samantha with my Betty Jean, who gave a fine demonstration of why donkeys are so often called stubborn... although right here she is doing really well!
And volunteer Melanie with my Sunshine during her stint as the "spare", whose job is to be petted by the kids who are not currently riding.
(That's Michelle and Ginger again in the background)
And off to the right you can see Betty Jean...
The stuffed ponies were very well-received and the real ponies behaved very well, so a great day was had by all!