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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.

Happy one month Starr Bear19

Starr Bear
April 18th, 2019

Just one month ago, we were all relieved when Starr Bear delivered her First Dude filly. Today, we celebrate Starr Bear19 turning one month old. Both mare and filly are great and enjoying the paddocks at Gunston Hall in Kentucky. 

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Photo courtesy of Larman Cowles

Starr Bear and filly depart for Kentucky

Starr Bear
April 9th, 2019

Starr Bear and her filly left for Kentucky today. For the time being, the Double Diamond cameras will be turned off. We will keep Foal Patrol updated with occasional blogs and photos until their return to Florida.  Please stay tuned!  Here is a video of their travel preparations. 

Starr Bear and filly prepare for Kentucky

Starr Bear
April 8th, 2019

Tomorrow at Double Diamond Farm Starr Bear and her filly will say farewell for a couple of months. Starr Bear will travel to be bred to Exaggerator at Winstar Farm in Versailles, Kentucky. Both are in good health for the drive and the plan is for them to come back to Florida in a few months. Please keep checking in for updates! 
 

Starr Bear 19 explores

Starr Bear
March 25th, 2019

Starr Bear 19 is in full exploration mode as she grows and learns about being a filly on Double Diamond Farm. She is nursing well, enjoying her time outside and developing right on track. 

Double Diamond Foal Flag

Starr Bear
March 21st, 2019

After the long awaited birth of Starr Bear 19, we learned that Double Diamond Farm has a sweet tradition of raising a flag when a foal is born. Melissa Anthony shares "The flag, or changing of the flag is an indication to everyone a foal was born. The flag is changed each time a foal is born, blue for it's a boy and pink for it's a girl." Pretty fun! Here is a image of the flag hung for our latest Foal Patrol filly.

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Photo courtesy of Double Diamond Farm

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