The bad first: She is kind of mare-ish but only in the ear pinning moody sort of way. She is a she. She does get turned out regularly with other horses no problem. She is always the alpha though. She can get fat off air. She requires routine maintenance like most barrel horses her caliber. Hock injections twice a year. I routinely have the chiropractor out for all my horses every 90 days. I get teeth done once a year. I keep flat pads on her for no other reason than that most arenas around us don’t have great places to warm up, typically a lot of rocks and rough terrain so it’s been my preference to have pads. Now the good: This mare is the real deal. Typically places in the 1d at all local shows and 2d at mega shows. I started taking her to NCA,SRA and IPRA rodeos when I fell ill. She ran a total of five rodeos and placed in three. (1st, 2nd and 3rd, she really loves the rodeo atmosphere) I have owned her for a little over two years and I have nothing but good things to say about her as far as her performance goes. She is all grit and loves her job. She is not going to be the horse you want to ride in the arena every day but outside the arena she could care less. She has been down the road with cars flying by and they don’t bother her at all. At a race you just want to get on, warm up and turn her loose. She has no alley issues or anything else. She is a very strong horse so not for a kid. She has plenty of stats. Vet checks welcome at buyers expense. I have videos. I’m only selling because due to my health I can’t race at this time and she is way too nice to sit.