ASPCA’s Right Horse Adoptable Horse: Barbie

The ASPCA Right Horse Adoptable Horse of the Week is Barbie, a Quarter Horse mare from Lancaster, Calif.

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Welcome to Horse Illustrated’s weekly installment of the Right Horse Adoptable Horse of the Week, offered in partnership with the ASPCA’s Right Horse program. This week’s adoptable horse is Barbie! Check back weekly for a new featured horse so you can find your Right Horse.

Adoptable horse Barbie
Photo courtesy Wild at Heart Horse Rescue

Adoptable Horse: Barbie, a 19-year-old 14.2hh American Quarter Horse mare
Organization: Wild at Heart Horse Rescue, Lancaster, Calif.

Get to Know Adoptable Horse Barbie

This beautiful little mare from Wild at Heart Horse Rescue in California is the perfect family horse. Gentle and kind, this adorable little lady is spectacular on the trail as well as in the arena. Barbie will make a great first horse for a child that is ready to move up from a lesson horse. She is up to date on everything and will be microchipped upon adoption.

A quick note from Barbie’s trainer at Wild at Heart Horse Rescue:

“Definitely shows signs of extensive previous training. She is neck-reined and has lead changes — they’re rusty but they’re there! Goes on trail both alone or in a group but prefers the company of another horse while she’s out.”

Conformation photo of a Quarter Horse mare
Photo courtesy Wild at Heart Horse Rescue

Could this be your Right Horse? Click here for more information about Barbie, the ASPCA Right Horse Adoptable Horse of the Week.

My Right Horse

My Right HorseMy Right Horse is the online adoption platform of The Right Horse Initiative, a collection of equine industry and welfare professionals and advocates working together to improve the lives of horses in transition. A program of the ASPCA, their goal is to massively increase horse adoption in the United States. To find more adoptable horses and foster horses, visit www.myrighthorse.org. To learn more about The Right Horse, a program of the ASPCA, visit www.aspcarighthorse.org.

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