Shelley Mickle wrote the story of Barbaro, weaving into it a fairytale-like quality.
This book tells it all , What a wonderful way to remind us of a TRUE HERO BARBARO, my son and daughter has read the story and we all cryed .
Although this book was written for children, I as an adult found it a very good read with great photos and explanations.
Didn't realize it until I read it but this book is for kids, early teens, still very informative but very simple.Published 6 months ago by Lydia K. Henniger
Several Books came out after the tragic loss of Barbaro. This one so so! As a thoroughbred owner,the condition he suffered from seldom is curable.Published 8 months ago by ABS
Though this book is clearly meant for younger readers, this emotional telling of the life and death of the famous and much loved Barbaro can easily be enjoyed by readers of all... Read morePublished on January 22, 2013 by E. Phillips
This life-story about the famous race horse is written for a younger fan group, but can be read and enjoyed by all. Read morePublished on January 11, 2013 by Mirrani
I thought this book was very childish. It is written to appeal to young readers and for non-equestrians. Read morePublished on January 6, 2011 by jan hill
Once the great champion Barbaro was able to run he would run against his buddies at the ranch. When and once he started to begin his training he wantedto win and when he became... Read morePublished on November 27, 2007
BARBARO is a true GENTLEMAN-CHAMPION. The way he won all of his races,
with all that integrity & class, was a wonder to behold.
Get this book, you will love it. Read more
This book touched me in a special way! I smiled, laughed, and cried as I read it. Ms Mickle's presentation of Barbaro's life, much of it from the horse's-eye-view, endeared me... Read morePublished on April 17, 2007 by Mary Means
I absolutely loved this book....loved seeing a "baby" picture of Barbaro too! I really felt like I was right there with Barbaro as he was growing up! Read morePublished on April 11, 2007 by Carol L. Haase