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Quarter Horse from Chuluota, FL

In Memory of Two Carrot Diamond (Diamond)

About Me

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I am from Chuluota, FL and I've been a Club Horse member for 7 years and 9 months

Nicknames: -Diamond
-Baby Girl

Age: 18 years old

Gender: Mare

Breed: Quarter Horse

Height: 14.2 Hands

Color: Black Bay

Type of Riding: -Hunters
- Cross Country
- Trail Riding
- Equitation

My Horse's Achievements: - She and I won the Classic out of 12 people and won the prize money and first place ribbon.
- She was just an angel.

My Horse's Favorite Treat: - Carrot Cake

My Horse's Favorite Things To Do: - She loved to eat.
-She loved to jump
- She loved to be with other horses.

Pet Peeves: - She hated being left alone.
- She hated being fed after another horse.

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How We Met

When I was only 9 years old I went to the Barefoot auction and found a horse named Sunshine that I really liked. But as we were walking through the barns, I saw a bay mare that was really sweet. However, we didn't know anything about her so we just stuck with Sunshine. We didn't get Sunshine and I was devistated. About 2 weeks later, I got a phone call from my trainer saying that we needed to go look at a pony. We went and i rode her, and despite the fact she was a little scoochie, I loved her. We took her to the barn and I loved her soo much. About 3 years later we brought her to the house my family moved into out in Chuluota. We did great with new trainers and new shows. She and I had a great 3 years out in Chuluota. Sadly, Diamond was chronically colicing and we couldn't figure out why. We took her to Peterson & Smith Equine hospital where they proceeded with a colic surgery. The end diagnosis was she had something called Right Dorsal Colitis. Right Dorsal Colitis is a disease in which an ulcer forms in the colon. In Diamond's case, it was about 20 inches long. We brought her home 3 days later with various medications and procedures to follow. She was doing great. But one night when we came home from my brother's soccer game, She was colicing really badly. She had sores from rolling and my parents called the vet while I went to my friend's house (previous engagement). I got a call around 9:30 PM, from my dad, that night saying this, "Diamond is not doing well. The vet has tried everything she can but Diamond is getting no better. She left us with three shots. They are all sedatives and one is a tranquilizer. We are to watch her overnight and if we have to use the third shot by the end of the night, we will be putting her down at 6AM tomorrow morning." I broke down. I couldn't handle it. My friend's mom rushed me home. I slept in the barn that night and by 4:00 AM we had to use the tranquilizer. I am sad to say Diamond was put down the morning of November 10, 2008 at 7:13 AM. She is GREATLY missed and I love her..

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please vote for my horses !!!voted for you !!!!

Come visit me, Kernel, Wild Horses & Traveler.

09/04/2010 10:57.43 AM Report This Comment
heres your angel's first vote!I had a horse about four years ago and he broke his leg in a cattle gaurd.We went to the vet and they put it in a splint.About 2 weeks later the vet came to check up on him.I was praying so hard that he would be okay.But the vet said that his whole leg was infected and it was spreading throughout his body.I felt like I was going to die,it was horrible.but about 4 months after,I got Ellie.I absolutly love her to check out her page sometime.

Come visit me, Ellie.

09/02/2010 04:19.25 PM Report This Comment

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