(and yes, we know horses don't wear pants, but name fits him ;o)
Cinnamon (along with Max) was one of our "accidental" rescues. He had considerable back problems when he arrived, but seems to be doing much better. He is an Appaloosa and the only horse we know with actual eyebrows. Cinnamon is a cantankerous "old" man (mid 20s), and has lots and LOTS of Appy-tude. He has a beautiful blanket and snowflake pattern in his spots, and a fabulously long tail. Cinnamon cannot stand to see a single pellet go to waste, and is often seen vigorously vacuuming around the feed buckets in each stall after meals.
Being such a grumpy old guy, Cinnamon much prefers his solitude (although he has been known to hang out with Shadow on occasion). Mad Max is his arch nemesis; and the two of them are often spotted (haha) bickering by the hay roll. Former "neigh-bors", Cinnamon's feed bucket was moved up the hill, far away from Max. Apparently, this is not quite far enough as Cinnamon will nudge his bucket farther away a bit at a time until he has found his happy place somewhere just south of Siberia; which might be far enough away...
Although he will let you pet him, he'd much rather smell your breath. That is, of course, unless you've had onions for lunch.
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So what exactly do horses DO when the temperatures in Alabama turn Arctic? Run around like loonies of course, (it's a time-honored tradition for keeping warm).
NOTE: The bobble with the camera towards the end was compliments of Taya, who decided to give my camera arm a nice big happy slurp. (oops ;o)