UPDATE December 2012: Callie’s Wright has been SOLD! Congratulations to Jean Marie on the purchase of Callie’s Wright. Callie and Jean Marie will continue to board at Bits & Bytes Farm and train with Kathy Duke. Read Callie’s Wright’s Success Stories.
Callie’s Wright is very well bred and she is big for a Thoroughbred mare. She should be evaluated by sport horse breeders. See Callie’s Wright’s pedigree. She is by Bernstein who is a son of Storm Cat. Bernstein is number 20 on 2012 Leading Turf Sires list. Bernstein was a rare dual hemisphere stallion success story. Unfortunately he died in 2011.
Jean Marie and Callie’s Wright will continue training at Bits & Bytes Farm in Canton, GA with our in-house trainer Kathy Duke. Kathy specializes in working with women getting back into riding after being away from it for many years. Contact Kathy Duke at 404-433-0919 to take a lesson and feel how wonderful it is to ride again!
Photos from Callie’s Wright in training at Bits & Bytes Farm – Click in the lower right corner to view full screen.
Watch video of Callie’s Wright in training at Bits & Bytes Farm on our YouTube Channel.
Callie’s Wright aka “Kallie” is a 2004 16.3+ hand bay Thoroughbred mare for sale from her race track owner/trainer. She is very sweet and very spoiled. She loves her treats. She is not really into racing anymore. She is good to ride good on the track and she has had her same exercise rider for two years. As she has matured she has mellowed out to the point that she is too laid back to be competitive racing. She is easy to ride at the track. “Kallie” is easy to handle and her trainer loads her by herself and takes her to the different tracks to race without anyone to help her. The mare has no vices. She is clean legged. This owner/trainer keeps all of her horses on joint supplements and Adequan as a preventative.
“Kallie” is real independent. She is not a worrier and she does not mind being alone. She could go trail riding right away. She is that unconcerned about everything. She is not easily flustered. Nothing upsets her. She is also an easy keeper prone to getting fat. “Kallie” has never missed a meal. She loves to eat. She is not maresh and you would not even know when she is in heat. She is a grand daughter of Storm Cat. She has two Triple Crown winners in her pedigree: Secretariat and Affirmed. This is a very well bred mare who is believed sound for any career.