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Welcome to the Foal Patrol Blog! Here you will find content from all of our mares in one place. Please check back regularly as we will be constantly posting new content.

Starr Bear19 stands tall and strong

Starr Bear
October 1st, 2019

Starr Bear19 has enjoyed a nice summer at Double Diamond Farm and looks strong as she prepares to move to the yearling division next week.  

Meet two stars of Foal Patrol, With Honors and Honor It at Claiborne Farm

With Honors
September 30th, 2019

Claiborne Farm will offer a few special tours to meet With Honors and her foal, Honor It at the farm in Paris, Kentucky. If you're in the area, here's your chance to see them in person. 

All proceeds from these special tours will benefit Old Friends Farm (the charity of choice by the owners, LNJ Foxwoods), an equine retirement farm for Thoroughbreds whose racing and breeding careers have come to an end.

With Honors tours are set for Fridays October 4, 11, and 18. They will be at 9 AM and be limited to 15 people. Visitors will get to see both the mare and foal (separately since they are weaned).

For more information, visit claibornefarm.com/tours 

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Photo courtesy of Claiborne Farm

Love and Pride's filly is doing well, developing nicely

Love and Pride
September 24th, 2019

Love and Pride's filly is doing very well, developing nicely. Chris Baker and the farm staff are happy with her progress. In about 3 weeks time, this filly and their entire crop with transfer from the mare side to the yearling side of Three Chimneys farm. A normal, annual process. At this time they will be grouped by sex and stay in these new groups until sale or breaking time next year.

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Photo courtesy of Three Chimneys Farm

Social Frivolous19

Frivolous
September 23rd, 2019

Shawnee Farm provided some updates on the colt, Frivolous19. He is very social and appears to be the leader among his other weanling friends, so nearly always in front and bold. Currently, he’s out with 7 colts and fillies and next month will be split up into a group of just colts. Once split, he and his group will be moved to the yearling division on the farm. 

In the group shot below, he’s the horse on the far left.

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Photo courtesy of Carrie Gilbert

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