The most expedient way to exercise the boys is to ride one and pony another one. I only pony one at a time because I'm not talented enough to control more than one, plus there's traffic on our street and I want to be sure we can squish over to the side of the road to get out of the way.
So the question then becomes, who do I ride and who do I pony? To be honest, I usually pick whichever horse is cleanest, since less grooming time means more riding time. I'm pretty sure that Cash knows this, so he makes sure to never be clean. He makes the most of any chance to roll, and he often has extra opportunities that the others don't get - since he just stands there and grazes (instead of running around like the others), I sometimes let him out in a pasture when it's still quite wet.
Cash explains how to take advantage of any special turnout privileges in a few easy steps:
First, choose a nice wet muddy spot to begin your roll, and get the left side dirty. Grind it in really well so you can get chunks of mud stuck in your mane.
If you can, flip over to the other side without getting up. Squirm back and forth while you're upside-down so that you can really get your bum covered in mud.
Thrash around on your right side a bit too. Be sure to coat the saddle area as well as possible.
If you do it right, you'll be able to get parts of your face muddy too. This ensures that your mum can't easily put the bridle on without doing a major grooming effort. She'll also have to spend extra time cleaning your mud-encrusted fly mask, instead of riding.
After you're done with your rolling, there should only be two clean spots left on you: your bum around your tail...
...and your chest. Besides, if you're naturally spotted like me, you won't need extras in these locations.
Cash wants to know if Lilly is taking notes? She's always faaaar too clean...