My husband and I just bought a farmhouse--closed on it this AM-- on 22 acres, very nice, but the thing is, the seller basically left his 2 horses with the message that we can have 'em. We weren't really counting on that, KWIM? My husband knows someone who will take them if we want him to, but what do we do with them in the meantime? They have plenty of pasture and there are several water sources, plus a barn with 3 stalls and a "run-in" shelter. I feel like an idiot for asking but, I mean, can they just eat grass or should we buy some horse chow, or what? They're lovely creatures, a gelding and a stallion, friendly enough. We may keep them but we know NOTHING about how to care for them. What do we need to do to maintain them while we decide what to do? The seller didn't leave any supples like halters and leads or tack or grooming tools or blankets or anything. And my husband wants to know if we keep them, can we have the stallion gelded even though he is an adult? He's a little aggressive and bitey. Thanks for any advice! .