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Vaulcluse coloring sheet

Just for Kids
June 27th, 2022

Enjoy our final coloring sheet of the season featuring the Foal Patrol Season 3 mare Vaulcluse with her 2020 filly by War Front at Gainesway Farm in Lexington, Kentucky.

We thank all our young followers for sending your creations our way throughout Season 5! We have loved seeing and sharing your artwork with Foal Patrol fans around the world. Keep up the great work and your love of the horse!

Viewer submission: Silver Colors

Just for Kids
June 22nd, 2022

We are happy to share our newest submission from Luke, a Foal Patrol fan from Lexington, Kentucky. Luke's artwork of Gainesway Farm's Foal Patrol Season 2 mare Silver Colors with her 2019 colt by Tapit is awesome. We send a big thanks to Luke for sharing his work with us! 

100 Years

Just for Kids
June 16th, 2022

With Saratoga's 2022 meet starting in less than a month, take a look back at two racing legends from Saratoga's meet 100 years ago, in this Collections Connections episode showcasing the 1922 Saratoga Cup.

Reach out to with any questions. Enjoy!

To the Moon Alice coloring sheet

Just for Kids
June 13th, 2022

We are happy to share our newest coloring sheet featuring the Foal Patrol Season 4 mare To the Moon Alice with her 2021 filly by Uncle Mo at Old Tavern Farm in Saratoga Springs, New York.

We would love to see your artwork, so be sure to take a picture of your completed creation and email it to before the season ends on June 30.

Include your first name and hometown in your email message for a chance to be featured on the Foal Patrol website.

Jim Dandy

Just for Kids
June 7th, 2022

Earlier in the season, we shared a story with you about a dark horse, or an unlikely winner, named Upset, who was the only horse to have ever beaten the great Man o' War a long time ago. We know you'll love this story, a Mom's Choice Award-winning book by Maddy Zanetti, about another unexpected winner, Jim Dandy. A big thanks to Maddy for sharing her story with us!