Hi Ayesha, so nice to see another new AND members. Welcome.
I too live in a rainy place, and it's doing it right now. Here in the mountains of the Pacific Northwest U.S. temperate rain forest it's common to get over 100 inches a year of rain. One copes. [url]
Regarding my welshies, there is Angel a dark bay (Welsh Section c) Who is 19 and we have had her since she was 4, where we rescued her from the sales, we were told by our vet that she was unlikely to survive as she had strangles, and was suffering from severe depression, due to having her 2 month old foal taken from her on the day of her being sent to the sales, she was a very poorly baby, but is now, a very loved, little 'Angel' of a horse. Ill post pictures asap.
Few people consider that horses suffer from mental illnesses much as humans do, some very serious ones brought on by similar trauma. It's very dear that you and your family have had her to help her recover.
Max is our 23 year old chestnut Section D gelding, he is an intelligent, laid back and very cheeky man, and has been there since I can remember. He was a present to my mother. My moms best friend brought him and instantly knew mom would be the perfect owner for him, and as it happens mum fell in love with him the first time she met him, and she says she does over and over again every time she see's him.
When I find my way around, ill upload pictures of the horses and my lovely doggles too!
I am so looking forward to your pictures.
Donald, Nettlepatch Farm
And Altea and Bonnie, mother and daughter