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Welcome to the Foal Patrol! Here you will find content from all of our mares in one place. Please check back regularly for the latest updates!

21 Miss Always Ready loves the snow!

Miss Always Ready
April 21st, 2021

Kentucky received some surprise snow last night and 21Miss Always Ready was loving it!

21 Miss Always Ready Update

Miss Always Ready
April 20th, 2021

21 Miss Always Ready filly will be joined in her paddock turnout by Paulistinha and her 21 Medaglia D'Oro colt. This is the colt that was previously in the hospital pen. Reve D'Armour and her 21 Gun Runner filly were already paired with 21 Miss Always Ready and her nurse mare Beauty, so there are now three mare/foal pairs in this 5-acre paddock. These three pairs will likely stay together in this paddock for 2 - 3 more weeks, at which time they will join a group of 10-12 mare/foal pairs in a large field and change barns. This progression is all part of the normal foal development process based on weeks of maturity. Three Chimneys will systematically increase the number of heard mates and size of the turnout area as the foals become strong enough to handle the increased numbers and paddock size. 

Miss Always Ready recovery

Miss Always Ready
April 19th, 2021

Miss Always Ready is on the road to recovery after her surgery. She is working through the systematically difficult first few days after surgery, but the staff at Three Chimneys expect her to make a full recovery. Her Palace Malice filly continues to thrive with the nurse mare Beauty. 

Janae and her Malibu Moon colt

Janae
April 19th, 2021

Janae gave birth to her Malibu Moon colt in the early hours of April 17th. Both mare and foal are healthy and doing well. The foal's hind leg was wrapped to relax his tendon, so the pastern is at a better angle. This is fairly common in foals and should not affect his development at all. Stay tuned for more updates! 

TAA Farms

April 19th, 2021

Our first Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance Farm this week is Friends of Ferdinand in Indianapolis, IN. Friends of Ferdinand Inc is the only TAA accredited 501c3 organization in Indiana specializing in the transitioning, retraining and adoption of OTTBs. To learn more visit their website:  www.friendsofferdinand.com

Our second farm is CANTER Michigan in Commerce Township, MI. CANTER is a non-profit organization that began in 1998 in Michigan to help Thoroughbred racehorses find new homes and careers by listing them for sale on CANTER’s website for public purchase. In addition, CANTER has a retraining program that takes ownership of the horse and provides veterinary assessments and treatments, farrier care, equine dental work, vaccinations, rehabilitation–learning to live on a farm and in a herd, retraining for a new career, and adoption by a CANTER-approved adopter. To learn more visit their website: www.canterusa.org/michigan

The third farm this week is Beyond the Roses in Emmett, MI. Beyond The Roses Equine Rescue and Retirement (BTRE) is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization that rehabilitates, retrains, and adopt Thoroughbreds into approved homes.  BTRE works with local veterinarians to evaluate horses that come into our program and rehabilitates them for second careers.  Since opening our doors, BTRE has placed over 200 Thoroughbreds into loving homes. To learn more visit their website: www.beyondtherosesequine.org

The last farm is Out Side In, Inc. in Grand Haven, MI. Out Side In is both an outpatient mental health treatment facility and a functioning horse farm that specializes in retiring, rehabilitating, retraining and re-homing off-track thoroughbred race horses. Utilizing Equine Assisted Psychotherapy our licensed therapists treat a wide variety of emotional, behavioral, and mental health issues. To learn more visit their website here: https://www.outsideintherapy.com/