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Morgan from Katy, TX

StoneHope Angeline

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I am from Katy, TX and I've been a Club Horse member for 5 years, 8 months and 27 days

Nicknames: Lena, Angeline

Age: 22 years old

Gender: Mare

Breed: Morgan

Height: 14.2

Color: Chesnut

Type of Riding: Trail, Parelli Natural Horsemanship, Jumping, English, Western, EVERYTHING!

My Horse's Achievements: Being the BEST trail horse in the world, jumping

My Horse's Favorite Treat: Carrots, apples, FOOD!

My Horse's Favorite Things To Do: Play in the water, go on trail rides in the mountains:). Have the insides of her ears scratched!

Pet Peeves: When her miniature horse buddies go in the barn without her.

My Horse's motto: Point me at it, I'll do it!

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I found Lena on a horse for sale website. After waiting 4+ months to be able to go see her (and amazingly enough she was still for sale) I rode her a trail ride. She was amazing! It was another 2 months before I could buy her but we did. She is the best:)..

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In an effort to improve our website for our visitors, we will be changing some of our service providers. We do not expect to experience any technical difficulties. However, if you are unable to access our website, please be assured it will be temporary as we transition to the new service. 10/19/2013 12:00.00 AM
Lena is Lovely!
Wow, you had to wait 6 months from the time you first saw her before she was yours? It sounds like she was destined for you! I'm glad you found each other.
Here in Northern Illinois it's snowing some more, but I like it! After church I will go out to the stables to see Luna, and go riding if it's not too icy. I keep snowballs from accumulating in her hoofs out by preparing them beforehand. When I clean them with a hoof pick, I then make sure they're free of dirt by brushing them with a wire brush. Then I spray them with cooking oil (yes, like Pam LOL) all over the bottom of the hoof, and especially on the frog and sole. Since oil and water don't mix, it does a pretty good job of cutting down on the snow balls. It's not perfect, but it works fairly well. But I won't ride when it's windy or wet, or if it's just too darn cold hahaha. When the weather is too nasty or cold, I just brush her (quickly!) and spend a few minutes petting her. The colder it is, the less time I pet her LOL.
It's Super Bowl night tonight! I don't care about football, but I want to see the new Clydesdale commercial. I always love those. I hope you have a great Sunday. I left you a vote, and as always, Have a horsey day!

---Cindy and Luna

Come visit me, ~Luna~ & Allie.

02/03/2013 08:09.11 AM Report This Comment
Hi thanks for the compliment on Sierra. Actually she isn't running for HOTM I have vote Twilight March HOTM on my tagline because a horse named Twilight is running for HOTM and putting that on your tagline makes so that people know about it. Angeline is very pretty!

Come visit me, Dakota, *Misty*, Sierra, Cheyenne, Cherokee & ~Scout~RIP~.

02/03/2013 04:40.15 AM Report This Comment
October 15 Newsletter

*** HOTD Lulu#225566 nominated by Dakota
Hi my names Lulu but you can just call me Lu. I am a 6 yr old Thoroughbred mare from Mason City IA. I am an English jumper and my motto is "Are you sure I cant just sleep?" Please stop by and leave me a vote.

Congratulations Kody's Splash our HOTD

Please vote for HOTM runners:
Laura and Texas209066
Maria and Dakota240582

Question of the day: How much turnout time does your horse get?
My horses just have 3-sided sheds for shelter, so they are pretty much outside 24/7.

Have a great day!

Come visit me, Dakota, *Misty*, Sierra, Cheyenne, Cherokee & ~Scout~RIP~.

10/15/2012 05:45.48 AM Report This Comment
The modern Arabian, though no longer a warhorse subject to the cruel and unforgiving environment of the Arabian Desert, remains a breed of horse richly abounding in the qualities that made his ancestor a survivor. Above all, the Arabian horse was bred to serve his master, whose very life depended on the bravery, faithfulness and swiftness of his steed. These intrinsic merits as a synergistic whole define the breed as distinctly Arabian, comprising the essential elements of the authentic Arabian horse.
Perhaps, best described as a cross between an Olympic gymnast and a champion long distance runner, the Arabian horse is unrivalled as an athlete in the equine world. The defining characteristics of the Arabian horse are most often those that have historically been in highest demand by horse breeders of the civilized world down through the centuries. As the original racehorse, the Arabian was crucial to the foundation of the Thoroughbred, contributing the ability to run at great speeds over vast distances with courage, tenacity and superior physical fortitude. Arabians put the “hot” in the “hot-blood”, and all horses considered as such are largely Arabian in origin. The superior density, structure and quality of bone along with balance and harmony of proportion are unrivalled in the equine world and have been highly sought after in all equine breeds in which athleticism is of primary importance. Superior beauty, quality and refinement have always been distinct Arabian traits – all warm-blooded horses inherit these aesthetically pleasing and spiritually inspiring attributes from the horse of the Nejd.

Question of the day: Do you put up your own horse hay or do you have to buy it?

My dad is a farmer, so we put up our own hay. Usually during the wintertime we run out and have to buy some, but this year the weather conditions for putting up hay were really good and we have lots and lots of A1 horsehay.

I hope you all enjoyed your weekend, remember to vote Dakota for your Nov. HOTM!
Maria, Dakota N the girls

Come visit me, Dakota, *Misty*, Sierra, Cheyenne, Cherokee & ~Scout~RIP~.

10/14/2012 04:36.50 AM Report This Comment
The extraordinary environmental conditions of the Arabian Peninsula demanded the evolution of a superior equine athlete of exceptional intelligence and uncommon courage. Strength, fortitude and tenacity of constitution were paramount if any horse were to survive life as a warhorse on the rugged terrain. Swiftness and endurance were vital to the success of raids, and only those Arabians with the best combination of these nearly polar attributes were fortunate enough to escape the dangers of battle and earn the respect of their masters. The story is told of the great loyalty these horses would exhibit to their masters. They would be trained as young two-year-olds to respond to a bell, and then they would be left in the desert heat with no water until they became very thirsty. They would then be released near a body of water and right before the horses would reach the water the owner would ring the bell. The horses that would respond and come even in adversity would be chosen as the best and later would be bred to pass on their great loyalty to their offspring. Vitality of spirit and courage were also essential to success in battle; this was to be tempered by intelligence and kindness as both a willing mount and as a large domesticated mammal forced to live in close coexistence with the spartan, mobile life of his keeper.

Question of the day: If you had the choice of two free horses, one gorgeous but completely wild, and one of them very ugly, but well trained, wich would you choose?

Thanks for all the support, enjoy your weekend, and don't forget to vote Dakota for your Nov. HOTM!
Maria, Dakota N the girls

Come visit me, Dakota, *Misty*, Sierra, Cheyenne, Cherokee & ~Scout~RIP~.

10/13/2012 05:33.47 AM Report This Comment
Riding bareback is always fun and alot warmer on those colder days. I ride or work horses almost every day. 90 is a very hot day here and would be unheard of for October.
We got another half of foot of snow today. I hate this time of year. Did some horse work, but couldn't do a whole lot as it is fairly wet and slick out right now. Today I bought the first blanket I have ever bought for a horse. It is for Lynx as she is such an off season foal she needs some extra warmth for winter.
Voted. :)

Come visit me, Fox & Lynx, 2012 Foals & Gazelle.

10/12/2012 09:13.00 PM Report This Comment
Continued history of the Arabian(requested by Hardwin)Amongst the Bedouin, the life of the Arabian horse was starkly unromantic – harsh, little food of poor quality, scarcity of water, hot dry conditions, times of restrictive confinement followed by swift and tortuous raids. The life of the Bedouin was that of the daily struggle for survival, hence life was approached in the most unforgiving of contexts. Raids were considered an essential element of Nomadic culture, especially those taken against travelers. Life was one of incessant warfare, entailing forced marches and the roughest treatment. Pity was not taken for the injured or dying – death was accepted as both inescapable and inevitable. Both environment and culture seemed the most unlikely combination in which the successful rearing of any creature could long be sustained, yet through centuries of natural selection dictated by the necessity of man’s survival, the Arabian horse has not only efficiently evolved, but astonishingly thrived.

Question of the day: what is your favorite place to ride and why?

A ways behind out place there is a creek and when you cross the creek there are three large hayfields that I like to ride in. The hayfields are very flat and they usually get flooded whenever it rains, but it has been a very dry summer, so they havnt had water standing in them for a long time.
I would to hear about your favorite place to ride!

Thanks again for all the support, please continue to vote daily for HOTM runner Dakota!
Maria, Dakota N the girls

Come visit me, Dakota, *Misty*, Sierra, Cheyenne, Cherokee & ~Scout~RIP~.

10/12/2012 05:24.32 AM Report This Comment
I love Morgans too! Voted :)

Come visit me, Song***THANKS FANCY 4 #100***, EH Zapped "Zeuss" THANKS FOR HOTD <3 & Absolute Escapade "Koko" Thnx SADIE 4 #900!.

10/11/2012 03:39.21 PM Report This Comment
HISTORY OF THE ARABIAN(requested by Hardwin)
With a domesticated history dating back several millennia, the Arabian horse is considered the eldest and most important of all modern equine breeds. The origin of the breed can be traced to the arid, desert region of the Nejd in the Arabian Peninsula, a harsh environment in which the basics of life, food and water, are scarce, and the existence of both man and beast is challenged in the extreme. Within this unforgiving terrain, the nomadic tribes of the Arabic Bedouin have survived for millennia. Essential to their survival has been their relationship with the Arabian horse, a creature most prized above all earthly possessions. The oral tradition of the Bedouin claims the Arabian horse was first captured thousands of years before the birth of Christ from among the wild horses of the Nejd and tamed for utility under saddle. This was the beginning of perhaps the most important and most intimate coexistence between man and any other member of the animal kingdom, one that would drive both progress and civilization and forever change the fortunes of both species.

Thanks everyone for the helpful info on how to get Sierra backing straight. I always tend to make her back up really fast, but once I slowed down and rewarded her for each step she took, she started doing a lot better.

Question of the day: What is your favorite breed of horse and why?
I dont really have a favorite breed, I pretty much like any horses, but of course I have a soft spot for Welsh Mountain ponies.

Thanks for all the support for Dakota's HOTM run, every vote is appreciated!
Maria, Dakota N the girls

Come visit me, Dakota, *Misty*, Sierra, Cheyenne, Cherokee & ~Scout~RIP~.

10/11/2012 05:58.22 AM Report This Comment
Thats great that Lena is such an awesome horse for you! Are you able to ride her lots?
When I got up this morning there was a half of foot of snow on the ground. It is still decently warm out and the foals are all doing fine. Didn't do as much with the horses today, but was finishing getting the farm ready for winter.
Voted. :)

Come visit me, Fox & Lynx, 2012 Foals & Gazelle.

10/10/2012 11:02.04 PM Report This Comment
Yeasterday morning we had snow!But it soon melted and it snowed last night too but none stayed. Tonight I lunged and saddle all 3 of my horses, Next step, RIDING! I may be getting a wonderful fjord mare, gotta work on my dad though, I think at my time and health(leg) barrel racing is too risky, but Vanti is a dressage horse shes amazing! Gotta work on my dad tho, Haha! Hope you all had a good Wednesday, we had PJ day at school! Texas was lookin' at me after school like ''What?'' You look amess LOL. That horse make's me giggle. Vanti is 14.3hh and gorgeous. But somone has contacted me who has a 3 1/2 yr old, Fjord gelding for 2500 and has 1 month riding on it for 2500 named Bill, I'll make a profile for Vanti to see if you like her, I do! Here's the QUOTE and QUESTION of the day.
Riding: The art of keeping a horse between you and the ground. ~Author Unknown
Would you ever like a fjord? Yes or No, and Why?
My answer: Yes, they are great with kid's kind natured and beautiful

Laura, Maryfield, SK.

10/10/2012 02:50.53 PM Report This Comment
P.S. I used to ride a mare
named LENA, Swiss Freiburger horse. She was a real mountain trail gal and also pulled tourist carts with another horse in the mountains. I will post her photos again with a gelding Swiss Freiburger I rode also. His name is Felix, but I cannot find him to ride anymore.

Paula, St Antoine, FRANCE, International.

10/10/2012 11:24.15 AM Report This Comment
Lena is beautiful and
she sounds so evrsatile and willing to do everything! I have a soft spot for the mares, as you have seen! Vote 9, stay in touch!

Paula, St Antoine, FRANCE, International.

10/10/2012 11:21.41 AM Report This Comment
Brrr, it was cold and windy again yesterday, but this morning it looks like the wind finally died down. Yesterday I didnt do any riding, I just did some groundwork with Sierra.I have been teaching her to back out my space by wiggling the leadrope, and she is getting pretty good at it, except I cant seem to get her to back up straight. When I wiggle the leadrope she pulls her head to the side and backs up sideways.I have tried bumping her head back around every time she pulls it away, but then as soon as I ask her to back up, she just pulls it away again. Does anyone have any tips for me on how to get her to back up straight? If you do, they would be much appreciated.

Question of the day: How often do you ride your horse, and for how long?

I ussually ride every other day, and for about an hour and a half at a time.(Of course this varies)

Please continue to support Dakota during his HOTM run!
Leaving votes for everyone!
Maria, Dakota N the girls

Come visit me, Dakota, *Misty*, Sierra, Cheyenne, Cherokee & ~Scout~RIP~.

10/10/2012 05:27.38 AM Report This Comment
Hey everyone, We had a wonderful thanksgiving, Turkey was great, Amazing family, and I had 10mins with the horses, Here's the QUOTE of the day, and the ? Will follow it. Also I have a quick question for personal reasons, JD has rotated coffin bones, What are my limits with riding him, They're pretty rotated, Walk? Trot? Lope? Gallop? I would like him to be a western/english pleasure horse, He will start his training in Spring of 2013, To show him in Western Pleasure show's of Summer 2013! He is 13, But the person I bought him off said he was 6, So I better get moving with him. All help is aprreciated. Hope you like the QUOTE,
Horse sense is the thing a horse has which keeps it from betting on people. ~W.C. Fields. If you got to pick your horses name, and it had to be the most unique name what would you name it? I'd name mine, Smarties, M & M's Rockin OUT, Yep unique, Right? LOL Take care everyone, Laura and TEX

Laura, Maryfield, SK.

10/09/2012 02:46.12 PM Report This Comment
Hi, Lena is a pretty girl. She sounds like a great horse. Heres a vote.

Come visit me, Fox & Lynx, 2012 Foals & Gazelle.

10/09/2012 12:23.34 AM Report This Comment
Hey everyone, PAULA and ANGEL PF have convinced TEXAS and I to run H*O*T*M, So I guess we will LOL. Hope you all had a good SATURDAY it's THANKSGIVING here TODAY! Thought a QUOTE a day would get people intrested in TEXAS and I and a ? of the day. Heres a QUOTE
There is something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of a man. ~Winston Churchill! Here's the ?, If you wanted new stables, what would you want with it? a arena, a tack room? etc? Can't wait to see YOUR answers, Laura TEXAS

Laura, Maryfield, SK.

10/08/2012 11:08.47 AM Report This Comment
Hi! Please save up your HC points and use them to buy either the Buckin Balls, mini horse halter, or the oxiclean tabs and then please donate the prize to a horse rescue. Please spread the word and help horses in need.

Come visit me, Mario, Georgie Girl (In loving memory) & Trigger.

08/01/2012 11:17.06 AM Report This Comment
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