Here's Brena's new field, nice and green, dry too. Now she doesn't have to stand in mud.
Oh dear. Brena was inside when her neighbour was led away. With a bang that alerted the person outside Brena got her front legs over the door. Before they returned with help Brena had got over the door and was wandering around outside quite unperturbed.
She hadn't a mark on her and the door was undamaged.
Even without any harm done this isn't the way to endear herself to the family that runs the barn.
Today Brena was a little pushy and rather keen to go out. For the first fifteen minutes she wanted to jog rather than walk and didn't put a great deal of care into placing her feet on the muddier sections of trail. But on the road through the village cars and bicycles didn't concern her at all, nor did motorcycles later. She was keen to go out, not jumpy or flighty.
The new barn also gives Brena new companions to call to when going out and when coming back - which she did - and they replied. She's in a field with two others - they seem to get along nicely - and there are a dozen or so horses on adjacent paddocks.