Maisie was up and about in the field this morning. Unfortunately the rain has started again, so she was soaking wet. I watched her for a while - she was not really eating, just sniffing the grass and occasionally nibbling. But she had not been rolling in mud, so that is a good sign. I managed to get half a bowl of bran mash mixed with grated carrot into her by hand - much more difficult than feeding a cat! By the end she was sniffing the bowl herself, though not eating on her own. I think it was probably the first bran mash she has ever had. Tartine licked some off my fingers - she seemed to like it. I led Maisie into the stable quite easily (she is much more tractable now) and brushed her for a bit, which she enjoyed, leaning against me. The vet weill come again this afternoon, so we will see. My main fear right now is grass sickness, which is often fatal. She has not got the acute form, which kills in two or three days, but there is another form that runs around ten days, and then a chronic form. No one knows what causes it, not grass in fact, but it paralyses the gut and means the horse cannot swallow or poop, and often affects the leg muscles with tremors, which Maisie had. But fever is not often a symptom, and she is pooping now, so maybe I am being pessimistic. Keep the vibes coming - it means a lot to know people are out there. I have had such bad luck recently, it must change soon.