Here is what happens when they are first turned out. Not too much of a fuss. Listen as my sister says, "I thought they'd run more than that."
NOTE: When I went back and watched the videos once I posted, I noticed they often "buffered" and cut in and out the first watch. Maybe it was my internet connection. It is so annoying when videos do that. Anyway, after they buffered their way through once, I found I could reclick on "Play" and they played straight through without a problem.
My sister is in the turnout taking pictures of her mares. My Boy decides to go for a roll in the dirt. A dog barks. My Boy jumps up in a flash and practices his bronc moves. My sister says, I thought mine were going to take off, too! Uh-Oh. Watch My Boy as he grazes in the corner. When he makes the turn and starts to trot, you can see it on his face and body language. The I'm about to explode into a frenzy look.
And he's still not done! Goodness, what got into my horse last night? That joint supplement must really be working! I think the mares just want to graze in peace. Sis, what are we whispering about on this video?
No goats, horses, or people were harmed during this exciting evening romp. However, it goes without saying that next time we do this, we will all be safely filming and taking pictures from the other side of the fence. Oh wait, I was on the other side of the fence! But really, that is only because I am afraid of those goat horns!