Docs Pale Remedy AKA Barbie

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Docs Pale Remedy AKA Barbie

Name
Docs Pale Remedy
Breed
Quarter Horse
Gender
Mare
Color
Palomino
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
15.2 hh
Foal Date
June, 2009
Country
United States
Views/Searches
1,795/80,254
Ad Status
Available
Price
$8,000

Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Thousand Oaks, CA

Beautiful, sweet 2009 Palomino mare for sale. This girl has seen it all. She'll rope, sort/pen, trail ride, western and English equitation, showmanship, open gates, stand for farriers, baths, and tacking, walks through water and mud, and pretty much everything else a horse can do. Easy to trailer. No kick, buck, rear or pull back. Very responsive to leg, body, and hand. Great cow working breeding. I used her as my 4H gaming horse and later bought her as my barrel/gymkhana horse, and she did wonderfully and loved it. She never got gate sour or herd bound and has always been very calm walking in and out of arenas. She is currently being leased out to a 10 year old beginner, but CONFIDENT rider. Barbie can be difficult to ride as she has a lot of speed and feels very bumpy, but may serv
... more»e as a good teacher to confident riders. I hate to sell her but I will be heading to college and won't have the time to care for her properly. She would do well with a confident beginner to intermediate rider. While she did well in barrels, a learning barrel racer would not be recommended simply for this horse's speed. Selling for $8,000 or for lease at $400/month. May be willing to negotiate price for right family.

About Thousand Oaks, CA

Chumash people were the first to inhabit what is now called Thousand Oaks, settling there over 10,000 years ago. It was home to two major villages: Sap'wi ("House of the Deer") and Satwiwa ("The Bluffs"). Sap'wi is now by the Chumash Interpretive Center which is home to multiple 2,000 year-old pictographs. Satwiwa is the home of the Native American Indian Culture Center which sits at the foothills of Mount Boney in Newbury Park, a sacred mountain to the Chumash. A smaller village, Yitimasɨh, was located where Wildwood Elementary School sits today.

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