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.

It's a Filly!

Miss Always Ready

More Than Ready - Miss Seffens, By Dehere

Three Chimneys


Palace Malice

Bred To


Foaling Date

Three Chimneys


Large colon torsion

Miss Always Ready
April 15th, 2021

Large colon torsion is the most common type of colic in foaling mares. The torsion occurs because after giving birth, the mare's abdominal cavity is missing about 150 lbs of foal, placenta, and amniotic fluid. The abdominal cavity, for both horses and humans, is the largest hollow space of the body. It will take days or weeks for the mare's abdominal muscles to return to normal position. During that period, the overall space within her abdominal cavity, which holds her intestines, particularly the large colon, has a lot more room to move around, resulting in an opportunity to twist. The good news is that quick surgical intervention can correct the twist, the blood supply can be re-established, and the mare can be back to good health in 30-60 days.

For more information on large colon torsion in horses check out these sources: 

21Miss Always Ready - growth chart & weigh in

Miss Always Ready
May 3rd, 2021

21 Miss Always Ready is a healthy, growing foal! Watch the video by Chris Baker to learn all about her measurements, and take a look at her growth chart below. 

Miss Always Ready - recovering well

Miss Always Ready
April 23rd, 2021

Miss Always Ready appears to be turning the corner in her recovery from colic surgery. Her vital signs are all now within normal limits and her appetite is good. She is not quite ready to return to the farm, but should do so early next week. Her 2021 Palace Malice foal continues to do well with the nurse mare Beauty. 

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!