Lucky Pal is hit by a car at Alta Mesa Road and Arno Road in Wilton around 6 a.m.
Lucky Pal alive and recovering
Dr. Bob Hunter of Hunter Stallion Station reports Lucky Pal is eating and responding to care and generally improving.
Volunteers set up donation fund for Lucky Pal's vet bills
Volunteers who learned about Lucky Pal’s accident step forward to set up a donation fund to help pay for veterinary costs.
X-rays reveal Lucky Pal needs extra care
Dr. Bob Hunter, announces X-rays uncovered a fracture on the horse's front leg. Fortunately, the break is not on a weight-bearing bone, and the injury is not considered life-threatening at this point.
Cancer survivor Allison Norberry organizes barrel race fundraiser for Luck Pal
Allison Norberry of Shingle Springs, gravely ill for 10 years with non-Hodgkins lymphoma is so moved by Lucky Pal's story, she organizes a barrel race fundraiser to help pay for his care. Norberry said compassion helped her survive and she hoped it would do the same for Lucky Pal.
Luck Pal undergoes surgery
A team of three surgeons and seven assistants repair Lucky Pal's elbow. The surgery takes more than 2 hours to complete. In the end, he is able to stand without wobbling while putting all his weight on his right leg.
Luck Pal recovering from surgery
Lucky Pal begins his recovery process after a lengthy, complicated procedure.
Lucky Pal back at Hunter Stallion
Lucky Pal returns to Hunter Stallion Station. His leg and other injuries are healing thanks to the team of vets who pitched in at the request of Dr. Hunter to perform his surgery and provide other services