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Hackney from Fayetteville, TN

<>Pony Jack<>

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I am from Fayetteville, TN and I've been a Club Horse member for 4 years, 2 months and 23 days

Nicknames: Po,Ho-wee,PJ

Ok, here is the history on how SHE got HER name: I actually didn't name her! The family she was with before me, had 3 boys and when they got PJ her name was Dolly! They wouldn't stand for that so they named her a more, ahem, different name, Pony Jack!

Age: 27 years old

Gender: Mare

Breed: Hackney

Height: 13 hands

Color: Brown with Black Mane and Tail.

Type of Riding: Pleasure
Trail Riding
Jumping

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My Horse's Favorite Treat: Apples, carrots, watermelon, peppermints and sweet potatoes! She also likes the chicken food!

My Horse's Favorite Things To Do: Eat. And make us run around the pasture trying to catch her!

Pet Peeves: She hated getting medicine in her eye when she had an eye ulcer in the winter.

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How We Met

Care-leasing her from a friend, but I practically own her because her owner doesn't want her back!

96% Of Teens WON’T Stand Up For God…Put This On Your Profile If You’re One Of The 4% Who Will.
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I've had 37516 friends visit me.

I'm the 32,916th member on HorseChannel.com.

5,036 friends have voted for me since I joined Club Horse!

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Yay! I put the tarp up. It'll last until the storms hit or Hurricane Sadie tears it down. Lol. Wind was so hot today. It was only 107*. Humidity's ugly. Stay cool. Love, hugs and a vote.

Come visit me, SADIE *Voting Whiskey, July HOTM 237221 *.

06/30/2015 02:16.57 Report This Comment
Phone vote :)

Come visit me, Whiskey vote me July HOTM 237221 & Deacon*vote Whiskey 237221 4 July HOTM!.

06/29/2015 05:47.37 Report This Comment
Quick hug and a quick vote.

Come visit me, SADIE *Voting Whiskey, July HOTM 237221 *.

06/29/2015 02:42.18 Report This Comment
✞ I want to thank you all for all the amazing support throughout the month of June. I hope you enjoyed the Rocky Mtn Horse facts! I surely hope I can tell you many more story’s in the future of he & I riding together…God bless you all…..I am off work Monday & Tuesday so phone votes for the last part of his HOTM run. Not having a computer at home really made this challenging for me, so again I cannot say thanks enough, sending love to you & your herds!!!!!!! Thank you for your support we appreciate it!
~Sherry & Whiskey

Come visit me, Whiskey vote me July HOTM 237221 & Deacon*vote Whiskey 237221 4 July HOTM!.

06/28/2015 06:08.55 Report This Comment
I ordered Sadie a mister online. Couldn't find one at the store. I bought a tarp to put up on her shade. Hoping to get that up Monday. The heat is so bad, I hate to work in it. Love and a vote

Come visit me, SADIE *Voting Whiskey, July HOTM 237221 *.

06/28/2015 01:51.19 Report This Comment
We received 1 ¾” of rain last night-the wind was unbelievable!!! I had to go and get feed and grocery’s yesterday and by the time we were finished it was too hot to ride. I did get fly stuff on the boys and checked the fly mask and then just watched them graze for the evening! Working the weekend but will try to do something with them after work but it will be to muddy to ride. Here is our finial tidbit on the Fabulous Rocky Mountain Horse Breed!
*TOBE was used for breeding until July of his thirty-fourth year, and he passed on his gait, disposition, and other great qualities to his offspring. It has been said that TOBE's progeny followed in his "perfectly-timed" footsteps. TOBE sired many fine horses before his death at the ripe old age of thirty-seven. One outstanding trait passed on was longevity, as many of his offspring were still breeding into their late twenties and early thirties.
Thank you for your support we appreciate it!
~Sherry & Whiskey

Come visit me, Whiskey vote me July HOTM 237221 & Deacon*vote Whiskey 237221 4 July HOTM!.

06/27/2015 06:39.00 Report This Comment
voted have a nice weekend. Vicki & Big Jax

Come visit me, Big Jax.

06/26/2015 07:01.03 PM Report This Comment
I put Sadie's mister back up. One of the heads is missing. Got to buy a new mister this weekend. Have an amazing day. Love and a vote.

Come visit me, SADIE *Voting Whiskey, July HOTM 237221 *.

06/26/2015 01:48.21 Report This Comment
haha thats also my birthday :) Thanks

Come visit me, Big Jax.

06/25/2015 05:45.23 PM Report This Comment
Thank you for voting for Whiskey while I was unavailable the last few days. Whiskey sends you all double loves and hugs ♥ I am actually off work tomorrow and back the weekend!
* In the early 1960s, Sam Tuttle managed the trail riding concession at the Natural Bridge State Park in Powell County, Kentucky. He had as many as fifty horses there, including TOBE. This stallion was often seen tied to the hitching post alongside all the mares. He became quite well known in the ten or so years he was ridden there. Besides breeding, TOBE was used as a trail horse. He carried Sam, and sometimes the trail guides who worked for Sam, with sure-footed ease over mountainous terrain for many years. Although Sam would allow other people to ride TOBE occasionally, it was always a ride closely supervised. He loved to show off his beloved stallion, but also kept a close eye on him. Everyone who rode TOBE enjoyed his gentle temperament and comfortable gait. It amazed people to think the well-mannered horse they were riding was indeed a breeding stallion.
Thank you for your support we appreciate it!
~Sherry & Whiskey

Come visit me, Whiskey vote me July HOTM 237221 & Deacon*vote Whiskey 237221 4 July HOTM!.

06/25/2015 06:58.28 Report This Comment
Quick voting with love.

Come visit me, SADIE *Voting Whiskey, July HOTM 237221 *.

06/25/2015 01:50.50 Report This Comment
leaving a vote

Come visit me, Big Jax.

06/23/2015 07:23.48 PM Report This Comment
hey!
Leaving you a hot Tuesday vote!

Come visit me, ~Copper~Vote Whiskey HOTM~.

06/23/2015 09:57.14 Report This Comment
hey!
Leaving you a hot Tuesday vote!

Come visit me, ~Copper~Vote Whiskey HOTM~.

06/23/2015 09:56.22 Report This Comment
Love and a quick vote.

Come visit me, SADIE *Voting Whiskey, July HOTM 237221 *.

06/23/2015 01:40.20 Report This Comment
1st show for both of us
Hi finally things have quieted down. What an awesome weekend. I am so happy with my boy. He did great. The trains and stock cars didn't bother him! My nephew was so impressed with how he handled. We got 5th in our 1st ever halter class. He was so good. I have to thank the minis LOl Jax had never seen one. He squared up for me and just kept looking at the one in front of him. We may have done better, but he moved one foot just as the judge walked up. Still I am so excited. Then for fun we did 3 events in the gymkhana. Got second in trail and 3rd in barrel. All were jack bennie classes (39 and over). I only trotted him. We still have to learn control at a lope. I hope all is well with you. We are waiting for thunder storms. hope they don't show up. Vicki & Big Jax

Come visit me, Big Jax.

06/22/2015 07:51.05 PM Report This Comment
Sadie torn down her mister, Saturday. Wasn't surprised. Hope you're all doing well. Love and a vote.

Come visit me, SADIE *Voting Whiskey, July HOTM 237221 *.

06/22/2015 03:00.01 Report This Comment
Sunday phone vote!

Come visit me, Whiskey vote me July HOTM 237221 & Deacon*vote Whiskey 237221 4 July HOTM!.

06/21/2015 05:37.06 Report This Comment
<3 Quick vote. <3

Come visit me, SADIE *Voting Whiskey, July HOTM 237221 *.

06/20/2015 01:55.54 Report This Comment
TGIF ♡ I am off work the weekend, then I have management training classes on mon, tues, & weds so it will be Thursday before I am around a computer again. Guess you know what that means~phone votes! Please continue to vote for Whiskey, he l♥ve’s you all!
* Even through the hard times of the Depression and World War II years, Sam Tuttle kept a sizable herd of thirty to forty horses on his farm. Sam is considered as the man most responsible for the survival of the Rocky Mountain Horse. TOBE was the primary Rocky Mountain stallion used in Sam's breeding program. In the 1950s, many people were selling their stallions, and the horse population in general was rapidly declining due to tractors and farm machinery available. Even so, breeders remembered TOBE, and he was always in demand for stud service. People brought their mares to TOBE from several different states, and he was as famous in Estill County as MAN O' WAR was in Lexington, Kentucky. Everyone who rode TOBE fell in love with him. TOBE's offspring were always in demand, and Sam never had any trouble selling all the Rocky Mountain Horses he could produce.
Thank you for your support we appreciate it!
~Sherry & Whiskey

Come visit me, Whiskey vote me July HOTM 237221 & Deacon*vote Whiskey 237221 4 July HOTM!.

06/19/2015 06:46.51 Report This Comment
Hey!
Loping by with a good morning vote! Hope you have a blessed day!

Come visit me, ~Copper~Vote Whiskey HOTM~.

06/19/2015 06:04.50 Report This Comment
Sadie has a shade. I wanted to put the tarp up, for more shade. Rick's using it, though. The heat doesn't seem to bother her. She stands in the sun a lot. She is enjoying that mister, though. She backs her butt up to it and stands there. Love and a vote.

Come visit me, SADIE *Voting Whiskey, July HOTM 237221 *.

06/19/2015 03:07.01 Report This Comment
I took the fly masks off the horse’s yesterday evening. Whiskey rolled and really rubbed his head in the mud~silly boy. SO I went ahead and took off Deacon’s and Rocket’s. The flys are not as bad right now and I can say that won’t last long as we dry out from this last few days of rain. Have a wonderful day ♡
*Sam Tuttle was the most prominent breeder of Rocky Mountain Horses for the first three quarters of the twentieth century. With the advent of better roads and means of travel, the population of gaited horses in the United States began to decline. The exception was the less developed area of the Appalachian Mountains. Gaited horses were still needed for travel where there were no roads, and therefore they were preserved in that area.
Thank you for your support we appreciate it!
~Sherry & Whiskey

Come visit me, Whiskey vote me July HOTM 237221 & Deacon*vote Whiskey 237221 4 July HOTM!.

06/18/2015 10:08.29 Report This Comment
This heat. Living in the desert, it's expected, but geez! Lol. Scruffy's ac is on, from early morning, until late at night. I filled 2 water bowls for him. Sadie's mister is on and staying on. She backs her butt up to it and loves it. Suppose to reach 115* today. I need to put the tarp up, on her shade, to help keep the sun off of her. She hates it, because it flaps when the wind blows, but shade is shade. Hoping you're all staying dry and cool. Love always and a vote.

Come visit me, SADIE *Voting Whiskey, July HOTM 237221 *.

06/18/2015 01:04.16 Report This Comment
Happy Wednesday!
Hey everyone! We got an inch and a half of rain this morning! We might get some more rain put that's not 100 percent guaranteed. Personally I hope we don't get anymore. Trotting by with a soggy vote!

Come visit me, ~Copper~Vote Whiskey HOTM~.

06/17/2015 08:05.39 Report This Comment
vote 5,000 for you ")
I got called into work yesterday~Joint Commission made it finally!!! We have received 3” of rain with this Hurricane Bill. It is going to rain through Thursday evening. We are wet and soggy for sure…..the boys are looking a little muddy they love it thought!!!
*The Rocky Mountain Horse Association's (RMHA) rendition of the history of the breed states there was a gaited colt brought from the Rocky Mountain region of the United States to the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains in eastern Kentucky around 1890. He was referred to as "the Rocky Mountain Horse" by the local Kentucky people because of the area of the country from which he had come. He is the horse credited for the start of the Rocky Mountain Horse breed. Little is known about this foundation stallion, but oral history indicated he was chocolate-colored with flaxen mane and tail, and he possessed a superior gait. The stallion was bred to the local Appalachian saddle mares in a relatively small geographical area and the basic characteristics of a strong genetic line continued. This prized line of horses increased in numbers as years went by, and these are the horses known today as Rocky Mountain Horses.
Thank you for your support we appreciate it!
~Sherry & Whiskey

Come visit me, Whiskey vote me July HOTM 237221 & Deacon*vote Whiskey 237221 4 July HOTM!.

06/17/2015 06:34.04 Report This Comment
We are getting lots of rain these last two day. High humidity Creeks are high again! At least it isn't -30. Hope you are having a good day. Vicki & Big Jax

Come visit me, Big Jax.

06/16/2015 02:05.29 PM Report This Comment
Phone vote from Whiskey!

Come visit me, Whiskey vote me July HOTM 237221 & Deacon*vote Whiskey 237221 4 July HOTM!.

06/16/2015 05:31.49 Report This Comment
112* Monday. Excessive heat warning for Tuesday through Friday. Stay cool. Love and a vote.

Come visit me, SADIE *Voting Whiskey, July HOTM 237221 *.

06/15/2015 06:58.11 PM Report This Comment
hey!
Leaving you a Monday afternoon vote!

Come visit me, ~Copper~Vote Whiskey HOTM~.

06/15/2015 12:19.08 PM Report This Comment
I am off work tomorrow so I will phone vote as many as possible. We had a light shower yesterday evening which we needed. It freshened up the grass it was getting pretty dry. I just need the rain not to fill our lakes and streams like it did a few weeks ago! Mccown at Lake Whitney is still not open. Have a wonderful day ♡
*The families of eastern Kentucky who owned these horses were not wealthy and could not afford to spend a lot of money on the upkeep of their horses. Unlike Kentucky Thoroughbreds that were typically owned by wealthy people, the gaited horses of eastern Kentucky received no special care, and as a result, most of the weak ones did not survive. These horses withstood the harsh winters of eastern Kentucky with minimal shelter, and they were often fed "fodder", a kind of rough silage. Some had to exist on whatever sustenance they could find. So, like deer, they ate the bark off trees when they were hungry. Only the horses that survived these extreme conditions lived to reproduce their kind.
Thank you for your support we appreciate it!
~Sherry & Whisky

Come visit me, Whiskey vote me July HOTM 237221 & Deacon*vote Whiskey 237221 4 July HOTM!.

06/15/2015 06:43.19 Report This Comment
voted. don't know why HC kicked me off Fancy page. But did get a vote in. congrats with Fancy and the show. Sounds like you are an excellent horsewomen. I am showing Big Jax in halter next weekend. It is the first for both of us. Wish us luck. I will be happy if he just walks and pays attention to me and not everything else. Vicki & Big Jax

Come visit me, Big Jax.

06/14/2015 07:29.06 Report This Comment
✞ Whiskey has a fast walk that is like the true gait of a Rocky Mountain but it isn’t as pronounced like the other RM horses I see, it’s a little different. He has the smoothest gallop and run. He has the energy to go go go. He will go no matter how long you want to ride-his battery never seems to run out but that is the breed, again they started out as a utility horse!! Whiskey stays to himself; he doesn’t really hang with the other 2, only once in a while. Deacon picks him as a favorite for a day or 2 then they separate and Rocket is Deacons main herd mate. * During the late 1800s and early 1900s, the rural inhabitants of eastern Kentucky considered these saddle horses to be horses for all seasons. They were sure-footed, easy-gaited, and the mount of choice for postmen, doctors, and traveling preachers. People used them for plowing small fields, herding cattle, traveling through the steep and rugged trails, and driving the buggy to church on Sunday. Horses were not a luxury, but a necessity. Every horse had to earn its keep and be extremely versatile. It was not a matter of having horses around to use every once in a while; these horses were worked hard, every day. At the end of the day they were exhausted, but possessed enough stamina to continue on, day after day.
Thank you for your support we appreciate it!
~Sherry & Whiskey

Come visit me, Whiskey vote me July HOTM 237221 & Deacon*vote Whiskey 237221 4 July HOTM!.

06/14/2015 06:07.33 Report This Comment
Computer's not worth the money it's going to cost to fix it. Will have to get another one. Not sure when I can. Love and a quick vote.

Come visit me, SADIE *Voting Whiskey, July HOTM 237221 *.

06/14/2015 01:46.55 Report This Comment
Whiskey’s mane & tail change colors several times in the year by going lighter then darker. His body color changes as well. He truly loves his bath time and grooming, he trailers well in any type I load him in, and will load without heisting at all. He is also my bareback horse. Perfect back for it so if I don’t feel like putting the saddle on I can always just get myself up on him and go at any time. He is the type that will come to you every time from the field or anywhere. I guess that’s the treat hound in him lol.
* The Rocky Mountain Horse breed originated in the United States in the late 1800s, in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains of eastern Kentucky. At the time of its beginnings, there was no understanding of the need to document anything about these horses. The people living in this region were quite unaware that one day their utility horses would become the foundation of a special breed of horse. The existence of these horses was practically a secret for many years to all but the inhabitants of this region.
Thank you for your support we appreciate it!
~Sherry & Whiskey

Come visit me, Whiskey vote me July HOTM 237221 & Deacon*vote Whiskey 237221 4 July HOTM!.

06/13/2015 06:20.55 Report This Comment
Hi :) Crazy night. Thunder, lighting and tornado warnings. TV going in and out. Not looking good won't be sleeping for a while. O and they are calling for hail with it! Stay away from windows, I am in trouble. I have 3 windows in every room and there is not way in __ that I am going into my cellar: Hope you have a dry weekend. Vicki & Big Jax

Come visit me, Big Jax.

06/12/2015 07:20.26 PM Report This Comment
Friday phone vote!

Come visit me, Whiskey vote me July HOTM 237221 & Deacon*vote Whiskey 237221 4 July HOTM!.

06/12/2015 08:41.45 Report This Comment
HEY!
Hey,here's a good morning vote! Hope y'all have a good Friday!

Come visit me, ~Copper~Vote Whiskey HOTM~.

06/12/2015 06:42.42 Report This Comment
Thanks! I'm feeling much better. Leaving love and a quick vote. <3

Come visit me, SADIE *Voting Whiskey, July HOTM 237221 *.

06/12/2015 03:13.04 Report This Comment
My Whiskey boy has the antics of a comedian! He is so funny but yet so very gentle and lovable. He is in fact my “treat Hound”. He will do absolutely anything in the world to get a treat, cookie or carrot or anything to eat. If you show him how to do something and he knows you are going to give a treat he will try until he learns it to in fact get that treat. I have had so much fun with him. He will check me for a treat and if I don’t have one he will almost shrug me off with a turned head tossed in the air as if he is saying “I’m done with you, off you go child” .
* The history of the Rocky Mountain Horse from 1890 to the latter part of the 1900s carries little or no documentation and few facts that can be proven beyond the shadow of doubt. Everyone who personally witnessed the breed's beginnings (back to the 1800s) is deceased, and we have been left with only verbal history passed down from generation to generation. Thus, all that can be recorded at this point in time are the stories recollected by living descendants. Thank you for your support we appreciate it!
~Sherry & Whiskey

Come visit me, Whiskey vote me July HOTM 237221 & Deacon*vote Whiskey 237221 4 July HOTM!.

06/11/2015 06:09.45 Report This Comment
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