We have gotten about an inch of glorious rain but that has turning into some nasty mud for the barn lot.
After quite a bit of work I was finally able to touch the halter. She is still terrified of the lead rope so I didn't make much of an effort to snap it on. I am still just rubbing her with it and trying to get her use to it dragging around on the ground. About 1 time out of 3 that I put pressure on the halter she would give to it. The other times she would spin and run away.
I was encouraged that when I opened the door she stayed to eat and didn't dart out.
In the afternoon I was able to brush her.
Can you see how shiny she is.
Since I actually have to work for the next couple of days she will be just hanging out. Maybe without me picking at her for 4 hours a day she can see about getting that gut fuller.