Gallopinghooves, Well, I'm convinced you're right. That only makes sense, I thought the rescurer we got him from would have known. Last night it only got worse, I sat for and observed them together and it only took me a few moments to take action, I saw him sneak up on her and then run along side and give her a kick. Then he would walk up behind her barely touching her tail and just stand there, Honey wouldn't move a muscle. Then he quietly walked up on the side of her and bit her in the neck, THAT WAS IT FOR ME. We had to make the yard smaller but we put a fence between them. Now they touch each other through the fence, when she can find him, and there is no tension. It's funny that when Honey can't smell him close she starts yelling for him. Of course he could care less. When they were together I thought if she would just wack him one of push him a little he would calm done but Honey is so gentle she just wouldn't assert herself.
Otherwise he is a sweetheart. He is gentle, loves to be brushed, spoken to, comes when called, just an all around good guy. My husband and I are going to walk them side by side in the open pasture, "like dogs" then slowly introduce them again. I have my fingers crossed.
I know it would have turned out differently if Honey could see.
thanks for all your help