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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 Colt!

Miss Chapin

Royal Academy - Society Dream, By Akarad

Mrs. Jerry Amerman

Owner

Oscar Performance

Bred To

02/26/2021 at 2:23 AM

Foaling Date

Mill Ridge

Farm

Miss Chapin Foaling Update

Miss Chapin
February 19th, 2021

Miss Chapin was due yesterday, but is still days away from foaling. Price Bell at Mill Ridge Farm took us on a live Facebook tour this morning to check out some of the mares and foals at the farm! He even found Miss Chapin at the edge of her pasture enjoying some alone time. Skip to minute 44:00 to see Miss Chapin, or watch the whole video for a lovely tour of Mill Ridge.

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Miss Chapin
March 1st, 2021

Miss Chapin and her Oscar Performance colt are happy and healthy at Mill Ridge Farm! Farm staff determined Miss Chapin was producing enough milk to sustain this growing little guy, so his feeding tube has been removed. Here he is enjoying the paddock with mom.

Miss Chapin's birth video

Miss Chapin
March 1st, 2021

Hi Foal Patrol fans,

We apologize, Miss Chapin's birth video is not available at this time due to technical issues. We are working to correct the problem and will provide an update when we have more information. Thank you for your patience!

Miss Chapin is NI Positive

Miss Chapin
February 26th, 2021

On February 26 at 2:23AM, Miss Chapin gave birth to a lovely Oscar Performance colt weighing in at 110lbs! This spunky little guy is doing great and will have the feeding tube removed as soon as the farm is confident that Miss Chapin is producing enough milk to sustain our new guy.

Miss Chapin was Neonatal Isoerthrolysis (NI) positive which means that we needed to muzzle and tube feed her colt until the Jaundice Foal Agglutination (JFA) test comes back at a desirable level or the foal’s gut closes. This usually happens within 36-48 hours. Attached is an article written by Mill Ridge's very own Dr. Jackie Snyder that gives a more in depth description of Neonatal Isoerthrolysis. Stay tuned for more foal updates as mom and baby begin to venture outside!

https://www.hagyard.com/nenoatal-isoerythrolysis

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