1. Describe how a horse you have known is sometimes a 'cheeky monkey'. What does he/she do that is a bit naughty? Chrome's "naughty" (in quotes because it doesn't bother me so it's not really wrong lol) is getting into everything! His favorite thing is after he finishes eating and I'm closing his pen he walked over to the post where I put the feed scoops and knocks them off. If they land outside of the pasture he wanders off, but if they land inside he tried to break them with his teeth lol. He also like to grab his feed bucket (one of those big tubs that have rope handles) and swing it around or sit it on top of a nearby tire (I was using it to keep him from moving his bucket around, but it got moved and now he plays with his bucket again). He also likes to steal things (like if you stick something in your back pocket or you sit something down and turn your back) and play with them. I don't really consider it naughty though because it makes me laugh and is totally harmless. :)
2. What is your favorite thing about spring? (Hmmm... I'm thinking there won't be too many people who say 'shedding horses'!) Sunshine!!!!! I thrive on sunshine (probably due to a vitamin d deficiency) and my mood is directly affected by it. So my favorite thing about spring is the return of sunshine. I miss it during the winter lol.
3. What care do you provide for feet? Horse or human! Do you have a special product that you have discovered and just can't do without? Mine get bare minimum attention. I keep them clean, warm and the nails trimmed (and painted if I'm wearing open toe shoes/sandals/flip flops). My horses' hooves I obsess over. I've been doing a bit of trimming between farrier visits. I think the only "special" product I use is regular salt. I mix salt with water in a spray bottle and spray it on the bottoms of their hooves. It kills thrush. It doesn't always work on bad cases (it might if it was applied often enough and the hooves were kept dry), but it's awesome for minor cases and maintenance.
Now my question . . .
What is your ideal type of horse fencing (wood, vinyl, wire, electric, etc.) and why?