The live camera feeds will be available according to each of the horses' daily schedules, listed below their overview. Live footage will extend as the mares get closer to their expected foaling date.

Gun Runner

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Gun Runner at Three Chimneys Farm

Gun Runner
April 15th, 2020

Gun Runner is almost two months into the breeding season and is doing absolutely great! He will continue to breed mares well into June, although it will slow down at that time. He is still on his regular routine of coming in during the daytime and being out at night if weather permits. Below is a video of him at Three Chimneys Farm.

Featured Gun Runner foals: Pure Clan20

Gun Runner
April 1st, 2020

We will be featuring Gun Runner foals born this season at Three Chimneys Farm. 

The Gun Runner colt out of Pure Clan was born February 12th at Three Chimneys Farm. His dam, Pure Clan, was a dual Grade I winner of the Flower Bowl Invitational Stakes (GI) and American Oaks Invitational Stakes (GI). Pure Clan was purchased by Three Chimneys Farm at the 2012 Keeneland November Sale for $4,500,000. This colt is a half-brother to Grade I placed and stakes winner, Princesa Carolina! 

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Photo courtesy of Three Chimneys Farm

Gun Runner's grooming routine

Gun Runner
March 26th, 2020

Gun Runner is taken out of his stall around 8:30 each morning to be groomed. The stallions at Three Chimneys Farm are shown frequently to breeders during the day, and the staff want them looking their best and brightest at all times. When Gun Runner leaves his stall during the late morning hours, he is typically being shown to prospective breeders. It is important for breeders to examine the stallions to make sure their conformation and physical attributes compliment that of their mare.

In regards to grooming, the stallion manager shared "We don’t use anything special on Gun Runner’s coat, just good quality feed & hay with lots of elbow grease!  When it’s warm enough he gets hosed off with plain water & usually gets a soap bath once a week.  We do put Show Sheen in his tail to make it easy to brush." 

Naturally, he is a beautiful, handsome horse! 

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Photo courtesy of Three Chimneys Farm