When I offered to take Noble out, he looked at me and basically said "I didn't get to be this old by being stupid." So he got a complete grooming instead - since he was dry I was able to get the mud off his lower legs for a change. He's one of those horses that really likes grooming; he practically purrs with pleasure. Norman the pony cares more about food than turnout, so he was happy in his stall with his hay, and he'll get some grooming along with the mares later today.
Later today I will go back and feed all the horses - I do this every Sunday. Since they've been in, they'll be stalls to pick and hay and water to top up. If the rain lets up, the mares at least may get a little more turnout - it'll reduce the "crazies" tomorrow when they go out.