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American Quarter Horse from el paso, TX

ZOVEK

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I am from el paso, TX and I've been a Club Horse member for 3 years, 5 months and 1 day

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Age: 5 years old

Gender: Stallion

Breed: American Quarter Horse

Height: 1,60

Color: ALAZAN CUATRALBO

Type of Riding: COMPETENCIAS DE CARRERAS

My Horse's Achievements: SI TIENE UN ESPIRITU MUY GRANDE

My Horse's Favorite Treat: SALVADO

My Horse's Favorite Things To Do: LE GUSTA CORRER JUGAR

Pet Peeves: LAS MOSCAS

My Horse's motto: MI ZOVEK

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por un TRUEQUE por una pick up
YO DI MI CAMIONETA POR MI POTRO
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I've had 23289 friends visit me.

I'm the 37,391st member on HorseChannel.com.

3,515 friends have voted for me since I joined Club Horse!

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A Vote for You!!
Good Morning vote coming from my girls

Come visit me, Kissed by the Sun & Whisper.

08/05/2015 05:54.24 AM Report This Comment
Hey!
Leaving a good morning vote. I'm gonna do ground work with Copper today!

Come visit me, ~Copper~.

08/05/2015 05:43.44 AM Report This Comment
Hola
Left a vote
Stopping by with a morning click on your horseshoe. Hope your being able to ride and get horse time in. I plan to give Darby a bath this week, I try and do it once a month.
But right after he usually rolls in the dirt and gets all messy again. Oh well. The days are just getting hotter, 108... crazy.
Best wishes and love always

Come visit me, Darby *Voting Cinnamon 270037 September HOTM*.

08/05/2015 05:17.42 AM Report This Comment
Lots of love and a vote.

Come visit me, SADIE *Voting for Susie and friends for Aug HOTM *.

08/05/2015 03:17.47 AM Report This Comment
A Vote for You!!
So busy yesterday morning, did not have time to send votes to everyone. So here is a "double vote" for today. We have 45 this morning....nice, and I wish we could share it.

Come visit me, Kissed by the Sun & Whisper.

08/04/2015 05:22.29 AM Report This Comment
Happy Monday!!!!
Trotting by with a tap on your horseshoe. I rode Copper yesterday,he did great!

Come visit me, ~Copper~.

08/03/2015 06:20.20 AM Report This Comment
Left a vote
Going to ride Darby this morning. I rode yesterday ad he did so good! He picked up his right lead, for a couple strides. I also worked on trotting him side by side with Copper. They both did well with that. Then we cooled down on the trail. His cinch mark has been good, no more rubbing. I ordered a neoprene cinch, longer than my last one. Can't wait for it to come in so I can ride western.
Hope all is good!

Come visit me, Darby *Voting Cinnamon 270037 September HOTM*.

08/03/2015 05:39.40 AM Report This Comment
The weather, here, isn't as hot as it usually is. Still hot, though. We had a mild winter, too. No rain worth mentioning. We need it, too. Love to all and a vote.

Come visit me, SADIE *Voting for Susie and friends for Aug HOTM *.

08/03/2015 03:41.14 AM Report This Comment
back at my son's so a quick vote. I will be home in NY on Aug 8th. I'm sure I will be resting on the 9th. Then I will be able to read all the post. thank you for the votes while I was away. had an awesome time with my son. Because of the heat, we didn't do everything he wanted me to see. Still, we did a lot. The travel bug is out of me for awhile LOL. More later. Silent votes for the rest of the herd. Vicki & Big Jax
PS can't wait to see my boy. Mary says he is doing great. From the pictures she has posted, she has put some muscle on him.

Come visit me, Big Jax.

08/02/2015 07:48.04 PM Report This Comment
Saludos, Oswaldo. Que tengas un excelente fin de semana.

Come visit me, Allie, congrats to Queen Susie & BJ and his mom,Gracie.

08/02/2015 12:58.21 PM Report This Comment
Have a blessed Sunday. Love and a vote.

Come visit me, SADIE *Voting for Susie and friends for Aug HOTM *.

08/02/2015 04:36.27 AM Report This Comment
Susie made August HOTM...yip yip hooray!! We will definitely celebrate with the herd. I told my husband Susie gets to do whatever she wants today because she is Queen. Thanks so much HC friends for all your votes and support. We could not have done it without you. Susie is happy to be your Top Horse for this month. I look forward to sharing more of Susie's escapades with our HC friends...because you know there will be more. lol

Come visit me, ACES WILD & SUSIE AND FRIENDS~THANKS FOR MY HOTM WIN!.

08/01/2015 08:51.40 AM Report This Comment
Another quick vote. <3

Come visit me, SADIE *Voting for Susie and friends for Aug HOTM *.

07/31/2015 03:12.51 AM Report This Comment
As you know, Susie survived all her tragic incidents and accidents. Through it all she has been a real trooper. She is the biggest horse in the pasture, but she allows the other horses to boss her around. She does anything you ask of her. She is such a sweet and playful mare. I call Susie my “million dollar” horse. One because of all the time, effort and expense we have invested in her, but the second and main reason is because nobody has enough money to buy Susie. She is worth the world to me. She has found her forever home. She will live here at our pasture for as long as she is alive and she will be laid to rest next to dear sweet Lollipop, when her time ends. She has touched my heart in a way that I can’t explain. I hope she has touched yours in some way through her story. The End.~~~~
Our HOTM run has come to an end. I have enjoyed sharing Susie’s story with you. Thanks to all my HC friends for your support. (Left a big thank you vote)

Come visit me, ACES WILD & SUSIE AND FRIENDS~THANKS FOR MY HOTM WIN!.

07/31/2015 01:46.45 AM Report This Comment
November 1st Susie is home and once again she is confined to the barn. We are having to change her bandages every 3 to 5 days. This is getting to be a task. Also having to clean out the barn everyday, with her many piles of manure and wet areas. lol Susie was getting bored being confined, away from the herd. So on November 16th, my husband decided to let Susie out of the barn and put her in a small pen area. Well you know Susie…she was not content to be outside, she wanted to be with the herd. So she tried to jump the fence and managed to get her leg caught in the square fencing. Yes, it was her left rear leg. We brought her in, doctored her leg and bandaged it up. She had completely messed up the grafting process. She remained in the barn another 10 days. At this point the wound had pretty much healed but the hair had not regrown. We knew that this was the best we could hope for, so we removed her bandage and set her free.

Come visit me, ACES WILD & SUSIE AND FRIENDS~THANKS FOR MY HOTM WIN!.

07/30/2015 12:37.52 PM Report This Comment
Happy Thursday!
Hey,loping by with a good morning vote! I just got in from riding Copper in his English saddle. He did great! He's really getting down the side passing while i'm mounted on the fence! Hope y'all have a blessed day!

Come visit me, ~Copper~.

07/30/2015 07:07.00 AM Report This Comment
Best wishes!
Here's a quick good morning vote! Hope your day goes great! Plan to ride this morning, have a good day

Come visit me, Darby *Voting Cinnamon 270037 September HOTM*.

07/30/2015 05:18.43 AM Report This Comment
I have never seen a white liniment, that is really cool. Our weather has been hot also. We have had some rain so it is not too dry, and I am thankful for that, but it has been hot.
The new things I am doing is that my niece and I have begun training Allie. I had to find a saddle to fit her first because she is so much smaller than a Quarter Horse. We have been riding her in the round pen and she is doing well.
Also, I am taking my daughter out of school this year and homeschooling her instead. She was falling behind in math and needs the extra help. If she can catch up in math, I plan to send her back to school in a year or two.
sorry for the long message. I hope you are doing well.

Come visit me, Allie, congrats to Queen Susie & BJ and his mom,Gracie.

07/30/2015 04:37.42 AM Report This Comment
In answer to the question as to what caused the proliferative lesion, not really sure. Not sure why she got pythium and the other horses at the same pasture didn't. They did say that her immune system could have played a part. The birth of her foal could have weakened her immune system and made her more susceptible to diseases. After all of this we did put her on a supplement for her immune system called Tri-Mune.~~~

The grafting process consisted of taking punch grafts from Susie’s left side of her neck underneath her mane. They took a total of 22 punch grafts and implanted them into the wound bed. Her leg was bandaged and they would wait five days before the bandage could be removed. Susie remained at LSU until October 31st. Halloween day she retuned home after a total of 17 days. Now the fun begins! lol (A click on the horseshoe)

Come visit me, ACES WILD & SUSIE AND FRIENDS~THANKS FOR MY HOTM WIN!.

07/29/2015 12:33.46 PM Report This Comment
Happy Wednesday!
My ride on Copper yesterday went great! Leaving you a good morning vote!

Come visit me, ~Copper~.

07/29/2015 05:38.00 AM Report This Comment
Quick vote for now. <3

Come visit me, SADIE *Voting for Susie and friends for Aug HOTM *.

07/29/2015 02:53.48 AM Report This Comment
Almost at the end of our HOTM run...yay! Keep the votes coming and thank you.~~~

Susie was going to have to return to LSU to have skin grafts done. The wound would not completely heal without having the grafts done. They needed the wound to start healing first and then after it reached a certain point, they were going to implant the skin grafts into the wound. She returned to LSU on October 15th. However the wound bed was not ready for the grafting, so she stayed there and on October 22nd they preceded with the grafting process. (Voted)

Come visit me, ACES WILD & SUSIE AND FRIENDS~THANKS FOR MY HOTM WIN!.

07/28/2015 11:27.07 AM Report This Comment
Hey!
Here's a vote! I'm gonna head out in a bit and ride Copper Western

Come visit me, ~Copper~.

07/28/2015 05:03.02 AM Report This Comment
Hola
Happy Tuesday
Here's a click on your horseshoe. Rode yesterday, bareback. And we loped, his did good. The only attitude was when he tripped he bucked. That's what he is know to do. It's weird. But luckily he didn't throw me.
Toady I'm gonna ride. Maybe saddle, I'll have to check the mark. Hope all is well, staying cool and having some horsey time. Love always and best wishes!

Come visit me, Darby *Voting Cinnamon 270037 September HOTM*.

07/28/2015 04:33.23 AM Report This Comment
My goodness! Horses are so smart. I've noticed that Sadie sometimes has what looks like dried drops of water on her back. Monday, she filled her mouth with water and tossed it on her back. How cool is it that she knows how to cool herself off? I don't know if this is something horses normally do, or if she was inspired by being hosed down or cooling off in the sprinkler. Just amazing! So thankful for the wonderful things we learn from our four legged loved ones. Love always and a vote.

Come visit me, SADIE *Voting for Susie and friends for Aug HOTM *.

07/28/2015 03:11.18 AM Report This Comment
The next day October 25th, a surgical excision of the lesion was done. Preliminary results were not consistent with pythium. However a culture was taken and sent off for testing. The initial diagnosis was an ulcerative and proliferative lesion on the lateral aspect of left rear pastern. After the surgery was done Susie remained at LSU for 9 days, where she was confined to a stall and her bandages changed every 3 days. She was sent home on October 2nd. We were told to keep her confined to her stall. However we separated the barn to give her two stalls and the middle isle, where we placed a round hay bale for her to eat. We also had to change her bandages every 3 days. This again was just like when she had her head wound. It is very difficult for someone, without any medical background, to apply these bandages. This bandage consisted of six steps (telfa pad, white cling gauze, cotton combine, brown gauze, vetwrap and elasticon). Try putting this on all while the horse is moving. lol Just lucky there were two of us working together. Susie seemed to be enjoying, once again being treated like a queen. Here's a vote.

Come visit me, ACES WILD & SUSIE AND FRIENDS~THANKS FOR MY HOTM WIN!.

07/27/2015 04:15.29 PM Report This Comment
Hugs and a quick vote.

Come visit me, SADIE *Voting for Susie and friends for Aug HOTM *.

07/27/2015 03:41.30 AM Report This Comment
I'm on late tonight, still on vacation so my schedule is all off. lol~~~~~

O.K. here comes Susie’s drama. It is October 24, 2012, only two months after Lollipop’s death. We bring Susie back to LSU. This time she has a lesion on her left rear pastern. We noticed it a couple of days before and decided this time we would go straight to LSU. We thought for sure that it was the pythium again, it looked just like the lesion on her head. We didn’t even bother to call a vet, we loaded her up and headed to LSU. We knew she would be in great hands. Left a vote.

Come visit me, ACES WILD & SUSIE AND FRIENDS~THANKS FOR MY HOTM WIN!.

07/26/2015 07:25.27 PM Report This Comment
Deacon says THANK YOU ♥
We are having a carrot pasture party this evening. Everyone is invited and Kisses had mentioned a costume party~so dress up and come on over ♡!

Come visit me, Whiskey ♥ & Deacon ♥.

07/26/2015 07:08.44 AM Report This Comment
Glad you had some rain. I'm sure you needed it. I hope you are having a good weekend.

Come visit me, Allie, congrats to Queen Susie & BJ and his mom,Gracie.

07/26/2015 05:45.18 AM Report This Comment
Just want to say thanks again for all the support and the votes. Keep them coming! Just one more week to go! The story continues...

So what’s going on with Susie all this while…you ask. Don’t worry Susie is laying back just waiting to spring some more of her drama on us. As you can see never a dull moment around here. With a herd of horses, especially like mine, there is always something going on. There may not be a lot of riding activity going on, but there is a heck of a lot of every other activity going on here. lol (Another click on the horseshoe)

Come visit me, ACES WILD & SUSIE AND FRIENDS~THANKS FOR MY HOTM WIN!.

07/25/2015 07:42.49 AM Report This Comment
Hey!
Here's a vote! Hope you have a great Saturday!

Come visit me, ~Copper~.

07/25/2015 06:01.32 AM Report This Comment
On late today had a spa day and lunch with my Mom and sisters. Very relaxing day. ~~~

On August 23rd Lollipop was euthanized, at the age of 24. This was a horrible day. I remember it well. Lollipop was my husband’s favorite horse. She was the best horse he’d ever had or would ever have. He loved her so much and still speaks of her fondly. He had called the vet and told him that he needed to have Lolli put down. They set up a time when he could come out. I went to work that morning, but told my supervisor that I would need to leave for a while that afternoon. Knowing the circumstances she of course said no problem. My husband called me when the vet was on his way. I got to the pasture and the rest of the horses were in their stalls. We led Lolli out to the pasture near where she would be buried. My husband said his goodbyes to his sweet mare and he left to go continue digging the hole. I held Lolli out in the pasture waiting for the vet to arrive. I spoke to her and comforted her all the while. I wanted to let her know that her baby Ace would be fine, that Susie would love and care for him. I told her that she would be going to a much better place, where she could run and play, and would no longer be in pain. Soon the vet arrived and with two quick injections, Lolli was gone and the tears came. My husband could not watch this happen but when it was over, he came and picked her up with the tractor and carried her to the hole he had dug. She is buried on our pasture where we can visit with her everyday. The herd of course mourned her for the next several days. They seemed lost without her, she was the Alpha mare. However Gypsy soon took over the herd and things got back to somewhat normal.

That was the third reason we decided to keep Ace. He was a part of Lollipop and we could keep her with us through him. RIP Lollipop.~~~~ Here's your vote.

Come visit me, ACES WILD & SUSIE AND FRIENDS~THANKS FOR MY HOTM WIN!.

07/24/2015 02:09.51 PM Report This Comment
A Vote for You!!
Vote from my girls.

Come visit me, Kissed by the Sun & Whisper.

07/24/2015 06:08.54 AM Report This Comment
Leaving a vote!
I didn't get to ride Darbs yesterday, only got in a groom. But this morning I'm gonna. Looking for a longer cinch.
Hope you get some riding in... love and a vote!

Come visit me, Darby *Voting Cinnamon 270037 September HOTM*.

07/24/2015 04:58.02 AM Report This Comment
Hey!
It went great! Thanks for asking. We did a bunch of loping and i'm starting to teach him side passing,which he is getting the hang of rather nicely!

Come visit me, ~Copper~.

07/23/2015 07:18.29 PM Report This Comment
I'm off work tomorrow back on Saturday. I have to mow some in the morning and will spray down the horses and apply their Freedom 45 and groom real well. I don't think I will get a ride in but maybe??? Have a wonderful day today & Friday :)

Come visit me, Whiskey ♥ & Deacon ♥.

07/23/2015 09:57.30 AM Report This Comment
It’s August 2012 now. Lollipop seemed to be having more and more trouble with her feet. We had been watching her pretty closely the past few months. She was laying down more in the pasture and for longer periods of time. We of course talked to the farrier about her, but he said since the coffin bone had already rotated, nothing could be done to stop it. There of course were options like certain type of horseshoes that would help with the pain. Early on we did buy her some boots to wear whenever we rode. We also had her on a herbal supplement , called herbal bute. This stuff really helped her. But we knew it was only a matter of time. She started having trouble coming into the barn to eat. We would have to go out to her in the pasture and feed her. This was hard to watch. My husband made the decision that something had to be done. (Left a vote)

Come visit me, ACES WILD & SUSIE AND FRIENDS~THANKS FOR MY HOTM WIN!.

07/23/2015 07:26.07 AM Report This Comment
HEY!
Leaving you a good morning vote! Gonna ride this morning!

Come visit me, ~Copper~.

07/23/2015 05:16.39 AM Report This Comment
Now let’s see…oh yes it is the year 2012. June 1st and Lollipop’s colt, Ace, is now one year old. He is a handsome little fellow and so good to. We never even had to wean this one. We tried once separating him by putting him in a little pen, but he jumped the fence to be with his mom. Lollipop pretty much weaned him herself. We just left them together in the pasture with the other horses. Ace was eating feed early on. Lollipop was pretty old at this point and she was slowing down. She was having trouble with her feet, she had foundered several years earlier and the coffin bone in her hoof had rotated. We still rode her on occasion but not often and not for long periods. We would soak her feet in buckets of water with apple cider vinegar and rub her legs with absorbine. She loved the pampering.

Come visit me, ACES WILD & SUSIE AND FRIENDS~THANKS FOR MY HOTM WIN!.

07/22/2015 07:17.21 AM Report This Comment
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