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American Quarter Horse from alamogordo, NM

blazer

About Me

Active within 99 Days

I am from alamogordo, NM and I've been a Club Horse member for 4 months and 4 days

Nicknames: blazester
blaze
big red

Age: 22 years old

Gender: Gelding

Breed: American Quarter Horse

Height: 15'2

Color: sorrel.. .blaze... white sock

Type of Riding: western n bareback

My Horse's Achievements: he takes good care of my brother they have taken to each other

thank you everyone for H*O*T*D May 3,2014

My Horse's Favorite Treat: carrots apples horse cookies

My Horse's Favorite Things To Do: eat n be loved

Pet Peeves: not getting be leader of the herd when leaving for a ride

My Horse's motto: get off your horse and drink your milk-- john Wayne

that so my brother ....lol

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he was apart of the deal with tumbler. .the people didn't want him because he was old....so mom got him as apart of the deal we got him home n him and my kid brother took to each other....so bam 2 reds love each other.

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I've had 614 friends visit me.

I'm the 43,278th member on HorseChannel.com.

74 friends have voted for me since I joined Club Horse!

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Hi, Reds!

Come visit me, Mystic ~ voting for Kootenai #161648, Cisco: knows Trevor & Amanda will beat Cancer, Meg ~ voting for Kootenai #161648 & Nugget ~ Voting for Kootenai #161648.

06/17/2014 01:28.14 PM Report This Comment
Happy Fathers Day! Love and a vote.

Come visit me, SADIE *Congratulations Copper, September HOTM!*.

06/15/2014 04:13.46 AM Report This Comment
Getting ready for our trip to Colorado. We're leaving Thursday, so I'll be offline for a week. Will miss you all, but will be thinking of you. Take special care. God bless. Love and a vote.

Come visit me, SADIE *Congratulations Copper, September HOTM!*.

05/28/2014 08:45.14 PM Report This Comment
Happy Memorial Day! Leaving love and a vote in honor of all who have and do serve.

Come visit me, SADIE *Congratulations Copper, September HOTM!*.

05/26/2014 04:19.43 PM Report This Comment
Hi Everyone! It's been extra busy here. Austin graduated high school, Thursday night, with honors. So proud of him! We're going on a graduation vacation to Colorado in a week. Sadie's doing good, too. Love and a Vote.

Come visit me, SADIE *Congratulations Copper, September HOTM!*.

05/23/2014 03:00.36 AM Report This Comment
Todays story is about a Thoroughbred horse named Warrior-a real life war horse(as told by Brough Scott.)

The incredible story of Warrior, the real-life War Horse, has long been a legend in our family.
Bred by my grandfather General Jack Seely in 1908, a couple of miles from his home at Yafford on the Isle of Wight, no horse and rider can ever have been through such a sustained series of adventures. They walked off the boat together at Le Havre in 1914 to join the Western Front, and cheated death a thousand times, surviving all four years of the war from Ypres to the Somme, Passchendaele and Cambrai before returning home where they continued to ride on together.
I’ve always thought it rather sweet and poetic that this sturdy bay thoroughbred gelding was christened Warrior because from the peace and tranquillity of the Isle of Wight where he grew up, he remarkably went on to become one of the greatest warriors of all time.

More on Warrior tomorrow...hope you all have a great day!

~Maria & Sierra~

Come visit me, Sierra*Congratulatio- ns Sadie Aug. HOTM!, Misty, Cheyenne, Dakota, Cherokee*vote 4 Spangle & Copper Sept. HOTM! & ~Scout~RIP~.

05/22/2014 07:56.12 AM Report This Comment
I had a nice ride on Sierra this morning, she did really well. She is getting better at loping now.
Thanks for supporting her in her run for HOTM!

So what’s Trash doing next? His years at stud (as of September 1998) have shown fewer than three dozen foals on the ground. There is a logical explanation; Many owners don’t want to breed their AQHA registered mares to non-registered stallions. If they do, their foals cannot be registered with the AQHA. On the flip side, the owners of paint mares are afraid of a foal with insufficient white markings.

But “Trash” wasn’t finished yet. In June of 1998, Bill Horn and Trashadeous traveled to the Bayer/USET Festival of Champions. Both spectators and contenders loved their performance, so Trashadeous might be able to compete again at a bigger level. The Horns hope that their stallion will be able to compete in the Cosequin/USET Reining Championships planned for this spring. The title will be a new one – the very first championship to be awarded in the newest USET sport.

Not only does Trashadeous demonstrate impeccable reining performance, he and his bloodlines also represents another larger moral. That ”One man’s trash is another man’s treasure”.

~Maria & Sierra~

Come visit me, Sierra*Congratulatio- ns Sadie Aug. HOTM!, Misty, Cheyenne, Dakota, Cherokee*vote 4 Spangle & Copper Sept. HOTM! & ~Scout~RIP~.

05/21/2014 09:58.09 AM Report This Comment
***May 21st Newsletter***
***HOTD Kye 269650 Nominated by Darby

Hi my name is Kye, i am a 15 year old American Quarter Horse gelding. I ride Trails,roping and some reining. My favorite treats are: Mints! Please stop by & leave a vote!


Congratulations Hallee our HOTD!


***HOTM Maria & Sierra 240625
***DOTM Ooma loompa 59776
***COTM Duchess 190247
***BOTM Sam 212680



Today's Quote: You can chase a dream that seems so out of reach & you know it might not ever come your way. Dream it Anyway



Happy Trails: **TEAM HOTD**

Come visit me, Darby *Please vote Kootenai 161648, October HOTM! & Dolly--Congrats to Copper September HOTM!!!!.

05/21/2014 04:54.40 AM Report This Comment
It's hard to believe Austin graduates from high school Thursday night. Time's gone by so fast, but thankful for the memories time has given me. Going to buy another corral panel, or 2, to allow more shade in Sadie's corral. So thankful I had the shade put up. Wishing you all blessings. Love and a vote.

Come visit me, SADIE *Congratulations Copper, September HOTM!*.

05/21/2014 03:05.22 AM Report This Comment
Hi, Blazer!

Come visit me, Mystic ~ voting for Kootenai #161648, Cisco: knows Trevor & Amanda will beat Cancer, Meg ~ voting for Kootenai #161648 & Nugget ~ Voting for Kootenai #161648.

05/15/2014 02:26.43 PM Report This Comment
Quick vote.<3

Come visit me, SADIE *Congratulations Copper, September HOTM!*.

05/14/2014 02:45.31 AM Report This Comment
Left a vote :)
I keep watching for a significant change in Digit's behavior but I have to remind myself its only been 3 weeks!! There are some good minor changes that give me lots of hope and then he reverts to crazy stud behavior for a minute and ruins the moment :( His confirmation is changing; no more thick crested studly neck! I will have to get a good pic of him so you can see the difference.
Love and hugs
Audra

Come visit me, Digit.

05/13/2014 07:34.58 PM Report This Comment
Thanks for your support, leaving a vote!

Because of his many varied coat colors and patterns, the Paint Horse probably has been called by more names than any other horse. Dating back to the earliest Paint Horses in Arabia, the Moslem called him a kanhwa, which meant blotched with white and chestnut or black. In India a Paint Horse was a pulwahri, meaning a white horse that "flowers" with black spots, and in Spanish his name was derived from the word pintado, meaning painted or mottled.

The cowboys applied such names as piebald, skewbald, calico, overo, spotted, pinto and old paint. Generally, piebald horses were black and white, calico horses were roan and white, and skewbald horses were bay, sorrel, or dun with white. Among the ranch hands there were mixed views on the ability of a Paint Horse. As in every breed there were superb performers and mediocre ones. Those who rode one, owned one, or worked one knew that most Paint Horses possessed action as quick as any horse of their time. They were willing to give credit where credit was due.
~Maria & Sierra~

Come visit me, Sierra*Congratulatio- ns Sadie Aug. HOTM!, Misty, Cheyenne, Dakota, Cherokee*vote 4 Spangle & Copper Sept. HOTM! & ~Scout~RIP~.

05/13/2014 07:01.13 AM Report This Comment
Love, hugs and a vote.

Come visit me, SADIE *Congratulations Copper, September HOTM!*.

05/12/2014 08:59.54 PM Report This Comment
Hi Blazer.

Come visit me, Mystic ~ voting for Kootenai #161648, Cisco: knows Trevor & Amanda will beat Cancer, Meg ~ voting for Kootenai #161648 & Nugget ~ Voting for Kootenai #161648.

05/12/2014 11:32.36 AM Report This Comment
Thanks for the vote!
By 1700 the sport of horse racing was well established and had spread throughout Maryland, Virginia, and the Carolinas. In the beginning "short" races for distances up to a quarter-mile were popular among the plantation owners and backwoods settlers. As Thoroughbred horses entered the American scene, longer courses were laid out in major racing centers for racing "pedigreed" horses. The Thoroughbred became the gentleman's flat-racing breed, and the little Quarter Horse followed the western migration. In the cattle country of the American West the Quarter Horse met with the mustangs and Spanish cow horses. Their blood and qualities naturally blended well. By the time the Quarter Horse reached Texas in the middle 1800's, the Spanish horses had been working cattle for over three hundred years. The mingling of the blood of the eastern Quarter Horse and the Spanish cow horse created a western stock horse with the physical stamina of the mustang, the flesh and muscle of the Quarter Horse, and the cow sense and fighting bull sense of the Spanish cow horse. The racing blood from the Quarter Horse proved to be just what was needed to produce the dependable cow horse that virtually "won" the west. In the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries the western stock horse was an "all-purpose horse" who could do his work handling vast herds of cattle and in his spare time run a matched race at one of the local brush tracks. And where was the Paint Horse when the western stock horse was born? He was hazing cattle out of the mesquite thickets, bringing up strays during the roundups, and taking part in the bulldoggings and calf ropings alongside his solid-colored brothers and sisters. Stock horses were of many bloodlines and of every color.

~Maria & Sierra~

Come visit me, Sierra*Congratulatio- ns Sadie Aug. HOTM!, Misty, Cheyenne, Dakota, Cherokee*vote 4 Spangle & Copper Sept. HOTM! & ~Scout~RIP~.

05/12/2014 08:15.10 AM Report This Comment
Happy Mothers Day! Love always and a vote.

Come visit me, SADIE *Congratulations Copper, September HOTM!*.

05/11/2014 03:32.22 AM Report This Comment
Howdy, Blazer

Come visit me, Mystic ~ voting for Kootenai #161648, Cisco: knows Trevor & Amanda will beat Cancer, Meg ~ voting for Kootenai #161648 & Nugget ~ Voting for Kootenai #161648.

05/10/2014 01:58.34 PM Report This Comment
Thanks for the advice on the water trough. There's no way Sadie would leave boards in the water trough, or anything within reach, alone. She's gotten into the shed a few times and has learned to open containers and anything else she can get to. Fly spray, medications, etc., are all kept in the house. Sharp objects, too. She's a busy butt. Have a beautiful Saturday. Love and votes.

Come visit me, SADIE *Congratulations Copper, September HOTM!*.

05/10/2014 02:31.14 AM Report This Comment
Farrier came out, Thursday. He measured Sadie for me, 15hh. I rode, too. She was a little jumpy. I had to scrub out her water trough. A ground squirrel had drowned in it. Looks like the poor thing would've gotten a drink from Scruffy's water bowl. Better chance of survival. Love and a vote.

Come visit me, SADIE *Congratulations Copper, September HOTM!*.

05/08/2014 08:54.13 PM Report This Comment
FANCY'S PERCEPTIONS:
"To understand the soul of a horse is the closest human beings can come to knowing perfection." (Author Unknown)

HI! Have a great night and a vote.

I rode today! Yeehaa! LOL
I tried out a lightweight saddle because my saddle is hard to lift now. I did not like the lightweight. But I think I can get used to it. I will change the girth and I might just like it. I have to test it out before vacation is over so my husband can tighten the saddle for me.

I have figured Fatima out. She acts like Trigger used to act. Now Trigger comes to us and is so sweet. It is so irritating to me when she turns and walks off when ever I want her. But long as you don't have a lead or halter you have to beat her out of your face.

Fancy waits for me at the gate when I go out. I just love my little mare.

Sorry I was offline for a while. My husband is on vacation. I just don't have the gumption I used to have. After doing clean up of limbs and debris in our yard, my hands were swollen and I was so tuckered out. We also had to replace some tin on the roof of Fancy's stall, that blew off during the storms. I am out side a lot more now. I will be online often as I am able.
I really hope I can ride some more.

Good Night :)

Come visit me, FANCY Walk N That Way & Fancy's 2012 HC Members Veterans Day Trail Ride!.

05/08/2014 07:53.51 PM Report This Comment
Yesterday when I rode Sierra she moved out better and responded faster when I asked her to do something. She is catching on! So far I haven't had any trouble with her.

Here is a continuation of yesterdays story.
At the World's Fair in Paris in l889, Hopkins was approached by Rau Rasmussen, a freighter who dominated most of the trade from Aden to Gaza, to enter his Paint Mustang in a three-thousand-mile endurance race across the Arabian desert. Rasmussen had heard of the American mustangs' hardiness and asked Hopkins if he would be willing to pit one of his best against prized Arabian horses. Hopkins accepted the challenge. The desert endurance race was a true test of a horse's strength and stamina. To be able to complete the course, a horse must have a healthy constitution, incredible power, a staunch spirit, strong legs, and sure steps. Beginning in Aden, in southern Arabia, the course followed the Persian Gulf and then turned inland over the barren sandy land along the borders of Arabia, Iraq, and Syria. To be continued...

Thanks for your support, we really appreciate it.
~Maria & Sierra~

Come visit me, Sierra*Congratulatio- ns Sadie Aug. HOTM!, Misty, Cheyenne, Dakota, Cherokee*vote 4 Spangle & Copper Sept. HOTM! & ~Scout~RIP~.

05/08/2014 11:42.06 AM Report This Comment
voted for both
More speedy visits and votes.

Come visit me, allie & BJ and his mom,Gracie.

05/07/2014 02:36.25 AM Report This Comment
More love, hugs and another vote.

Come visit me, SADIE *Congratulations Copper, September HOTM!*.

05/07/2014 12:49.55 AM Report This Comment
Sierra turns 3 today! I can still remember the first time I touched her soft little nose and I couldn't wait for her to be all grown up. How the time has flown! I plan to start riding her very soon, maybe today if it doesn't get so windy. I am excited!

An interesting story has been told of an Indian and his Paint Horse who played a part in the massacre at the Little Big Horn in 1876. The army under Custer went down in defeat before the nearly three thousand Sioux warriors who had gathered to protest the invasion of their buffalo lands. After the victorious warriors rode back to their camp, the only survivor on the battlefield was a horse called Comanche, whose rider had been Captain Myles W. Keogh of the Seventh Cavalry. Unknown to anyone at the time, one other horse survived, a tough, range-raised Indian pony belonging to one of the army scouts. The Pawnee and Arikara tribes have honored in a war-dance song a spotted horse who walked into the Arikara village alone some time after the battle, still wearing an army saddle with the reins up as if he had been ridden.

As Custer's Seventh Cavalry marched from Fort Lincoln, members of each company rode different-colored horses: A Company rode black horses, B Company rode bays, and C Company rode sorrels. The Arikara scouts rode army horses and their own ponies, which were mostly Paint. After the Sioux had their revenge at the Little Big Horn, there was mourning in the Arikara village for the three Arikara scouts slain with Custer. The song originated at that time and handed down from generation to generation refers to a young warrior and his spotted horse. The words of this song, translated into English mean: "Little Soldier's [the Arikara scout killed with Custer at the Little Big Horn] spotted horse has returned [home] alone." The horse they were singing about was the Paint Horse who walked all the way from the hard-fought battle and arrived early in the morning at his village, scarred, injured, and showing signs of a hard journey. The Arikaras knew the horse and knew how far he must have traveled. They also knew the young scout who did not return as Little Soldier, and today on a granite marker at the Custer National Monument in Montana listed under Scouts is the name Little Soldier.

I believe Sierra is behind in votes so please vote as often as possible! We appreciate it!

~Maria & Sierra~

Come visit me, Sierra*Congratulatio- ns Sadie Aug. HOTM!, Misty, Cheyenne, Dakota, Cherokee*vote 4 Spangle & Copper Sept. HOTM! & ~Scout~RIP~.

05/05/2014 08:23.26 AM Report This Comment
Love and a vote.

Come visit me, SADIE *Congratulations Copper, September HOTM!*.

05/05/2014 02:26.53 AM Report This Comment
FANCY'S PERCEPTIONS: "Horse, thou art truly a creature without equal, for thou fliest without wings and conquerest without sword." (unknown)

Voted
Good night ")

Come visit me, FANCY Walk N That Way & Fancy's 2012 HC Members Veterans Day Trail Ride!.

05/04/2014 07:56.17 PM Report This Comment
voted for both
Dropping off sunny Sunday votes. Happy trails.

Come visit me, allie & BJ and his mom,Gracie.

05/04/2014 10:57.19 AM Report This Comment
Good morning, we left a vote, NO RAIN, yippee, lots of mud, but no rain, have a great day, Love Donna Lee

Come visit me, Sterl May, Angel Sassy Mac Mar 8/95-Aug 8/07 & Royal Mes.

05/04/2014 03:35.21 AM Report This Comment
Work was so busy. We had a rush that lasted for 3 hours. Leaving love and a quick vote.

Come visit me, SADIE *Congratulations Copper, September HOTM!*.

05/04/2014 02:41.24 AM Report This Comment
Congratulations
on winning horse of the day. Very nice.

Here's a vote for you.

Come visit me, Prince, Pippin (Remembering Melian) & Eddie.

05/03/2014 11:25.29 PM Report This Comment
Congrats on your win!
FANCY'S PERCEPTIONS: "Don't be the rider who gallops all night and never sees the horse that is beneath him." (Jelaluddin Rumi)


Here is a good night vote, have a lovely and safe weekend ")

Come visit me, FANCY Walk N That Way & Fancy's 2012 HC Members Veterans Day Trail Ride!.

05/03/2014 06:58.29 PM Report This Comment
Leaving a victory vote. That's great Blazer worked out so well for your brother. They look happy together.

Come visit me, allie & BJ and his mom,Gracie.

05/03/2014 06:06.20 PM Report This Comment
Hi Blazer!
Congrats on HOTD!!
Left you a vote.

Ronnie Lee, Charlotte, NC.

05/03/2014 04:17.51 PM Report This Comment
HOTD victory vote

Come visit me, Digit.

05/03/2014 04:17.13 PM Report This Comment
Congrats on your 2nd HOTD!
Blazer looks like a really great horse for your brother. They're both cute, haha. "so bam 2 reds love each other"- I laughed at that! Anyways, voted!

Come visit me, Trudy & Chip.

05/03/2014 04:08.23 PM Report This Comment
Look at the two handsome redheads in the spotlight. Left vote #20 ~ Cheryl & Cisco

Come visit me, Mystic ~ voting for Kootenai #161648, Cisco: knows Trevor & Amanda will beat Cancer, Meg ~ voting for Kootenai #161648 & Nugget ~ Voting for Kootenai #161648.

05/03/2014 12:32.32 PM Report This Comment
Congrats on HOTD!

Come visit me, Katie.

05/03/2014 10:30.59 AM Report This Comment
Congrats on HOTD!!!

Come visit me, Taylor & Christina.

05/03/2014 10:22.48 AM Report This Comment
Congrats on Hotd!
voted
enjoy your day

Come visit me, ~Mia~.

05/03/2014 10:15.40 AM Report This Comment
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