Lionel's Beauty was picked for our 3rd Annual Blaze's Ride to the Rescue Trainer Challenge. She was chosen by Trainer Donnajayne Noble. Donnajayne will be working with Lionel's Beauty for the next 100 days, turning Lionel's Beauty into a dependable riding companion. Donnajayne will be going against 11 Trainers in our Trainer's Challenge. We also have 7 Youth Trainers competing in our Trainer's Challenge. Competition is set for April 26, 2014 at the Lazy E Arena, Guthrie, Oklahoma. Lionel's Beauty will be available for adoption immediately following the competition on April 26th, 2014. Lionel's Beauty is a sweet girl and loves attention. Lionel's Beauty has a current negative coggins, up to date on vaccinations, deworming, teeth floating and hoof maintenance. Lionel's Beauty has also been freeze branded and micro chipped for her protection. If you are interested in adopting Lionel's Beauty, please submit an adoption application and get your pre-approved status, in order to adopt Lionel's Beauty or one of our other Rescued Horses competing on April 26th. Adoption Fee's start at $800.00 each. If more than one pre-approved adopter is interested in the same horse, the horse will be placed into auction to the highest pre-approved bidder.
Updates: 1/18 - 782 pounds, front pasture with Sam so no stress. Started new feed 1/18 with beet pulp 2xs a day. Slowly switching her to Purina ultium plus supplements hay morning night and grazing good.
1/22 - no issues with feed no bowel issues all looks good. Coat mane and tail looking better Doing much better with grooming. Will let you pick up all 4 hooves w/no issue and hold. At first did not want to stand. Starting to "hug" the wall less in the barn when grooming her. Tarp no issues, blanket did pretty good, walked funny at first then settled. Bags with cans not so fond of. Has been saddled. Does not like side touched or ears, working on that. Let us rub ears other day. Ground manners better will ground tie. Respects your space. Will lounge. Sore back left going to have a massage done. Luie will do hooves later.
2/13 - Been such crazy weather I've not been able to do as much as I had hoped to with Beauty. However she's doing good! She's up to 874 pounds(taped). And she's doing so much better with her lunging. No hesitation. Tomorrow is mani/pedi day here for everyone. I use Luie Booth he is so good and patient. She is still very skittish around her face. Buckets and any kind of chain/metal noise scares her. So I can only wonder what was done to her. I am fully prepared that she may not be finished by the contest date, but will at the least look like a new horse and be rideable. With the understanding for her new owners she will need continued "education". Although the next several weeks may tell otherwise. She is very smart and catches on quick when I've introduced new things to her. Other than her being head shy and noise scared I've not noticed any other bad habits. She's on Purina ultium with beet pulp and vitamins. I wormed her again. Other than that she's doing good and likes to show off by bucking and running in the pasture with Sam ( an older Arabian gelding that boards here).
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