| Barbie has had eight months of let down and is ready to restart. She is very easy to work with, curious about everything, and just loves attention. Someone with experience to show her the way would be a good fit since she has not enjoyed any retraining under saddle. Barbie is a very special horse. Everyone who has meets her seems to connect with her. The shipper who took her to her foster farm commented how much he liked her. Her foster mom adores her. Everyone at Leighton Farm was impressed with her class and intelligent nature.
I had an open stall for a week and she came to Leighton Farm where myself and a young rider got on her. She never put a hoof wrong. She is very fancy and with training could be a super competitor.
Barbie retired off the track sound with no known injuries except for her left eye. This beautiful girl lost her eye due to a past injury/infection before she came to her foster home. The loss of her eye does not limit her in any way. When we rode her, she was a solid citizen - not spooky or reactive in any way due to losing her eye. It is clear she is used to living without it and will not allow this to define her.
Barbie stands 15.2 hands and is five years old.She is up to date on dental, deworming and vaccinations. Shes been barefoot for last four months and doing great! She is turned out with all geldings which has not been a problem.
Barbies foster farm is in a pickle and really needs to find her a home. They have now carried her at their own expense for nearly a year. Please help us by considering this lovely mare and spreading the word about her.
Barbie is available to a qualified home. She is located in Harwood, Maryland. Contact Sherrie Wilkinson at Cell: (410) 320-6998 or
Upper Marlboro, Maryland
|Asking Price||$500 (US)||Weight||Not Available|
|Registered||Jockey Club |