We didn’t spend the entire day walking around the International dog sledding event in Saignelégier. The day was too beautiful not to spend some time walking in the mountains. There was a hard layer of snow from the rain that had fallen just a few days before which made the newly fallen snow perfect for walking on. We walked from Saignelégier to Muriaux and then back to Saignelégier. On the way to Muriaux we came across a pen full of young horses. The horses were full of energy. They were running, biting, pushing and jumping every chance they got. Some of the horses were more calm than others and stood around letting humans pet them or giving each other horse kisses as shown above. This guy wasn’t quite tired enough to be calm. He still had some running and jumping to do. He kicked up the snow like it was dust! These two sweethearts were more interested in eating. When they lifted up their heads their noses were all covered in snow. I couldn’t get a good shot of it because I was too close and they moved too much. But, it was adorable. I stood and watched these two horses push and bite each other for a good five minutes. They would stop now and then resting their noses or necks against one another before fighting again. Some of the horses kept running around the pen. It was impressive and all the spectatures were captured by the beauty of it all. I could have stood there all day watching the horses. But, we had to continue our walk and search for other little treasures to add to our day.