I haltered Mr. Peanut\\\'s pasture companions, Holy Toledo and Uncle D, but did not halter Mr. Peanut. Usually Mr. Peanut goes off to munch grass when I halter the other two ponies. But he stayed close to Uncle D. When I had completed ground work with the ponies, Mr. Peanut came close to me as I held a halter. He seemed to want the halter on, which is very unusual for him. He then went to the pasture gate and pointed his head at it. I knew what he wanted--to be haltered and led out of the pasture so he could eat grass on the other side of the pasture fence. I haltered Mr. Peanut and led him out to enjoy the grass in the yard for a while.