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New Money Honey

Medaglia d'Oro - Weekend Whim, By Distorted Humor

e5 Racing Thoroughbreds

Owner

War Front

Bred To

Born on March 10, 2020

Foaling Date

Indian Creek Farm

Farm

New Money Honey and her filly

New Money Honey
March 19th, 2020

We will be sharing further information and updates on New Money Honey and her filly once they are made available. Thank you for your patience and for following Foal Patrol.

New Money Honey back to regular schedule and handling everything with class

New Money Honey
May 15th, 2020

From the e5 Racing newsletter

As most of you know, we lost a member of our team earlier this year. Unfortunately, life doesn't always go according to plan. We are forever grateful to Rood and Riddle's staff for doing everything they could to try to save our foal. Our team had chosen to mourn our loss for the last couple of months privately. As we make a return to social media, we found it essential to provide you all with an update on New Money Honey. As of recently, New Money Honey is no longer wearing a belly band, and has returned to her regular routine. She has handled the entire series of events with class. New Money Honey continues to do well, and is enjoying the season off. We hope to breed her back next season. 

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Photo courtesy of Mathea Kelly

Happy Birthday, New Money Honey!

New Money Honey
May 1st, 2020

New Money Honey is celebrating her 6th birthday today (Friday, May 1st). We send her Foal Patrol birthday wishes!!

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Photo courtesy of Indian Creek Farm

New Money Honey's filly

New Money Honey
April 6th, 2020

It is with great sadness we share with you that New Money Honey’s filly has been humanely euthanized. Foal Patrol received a letter from Rood and Riddle equine hospital outlining the events that led to this difficult decision. She had recovered well from her colic surgery, but several days later developed abdominal discomfort. Her second surgery showed extensive scar tissue formations, involving multiple areas of the gastrointestinal tract.  After considering all options, it was the kindest decision to make for the filly. We support the veterinary team at Rood and Riddle, the farm and the owners in their decision. New Money Honey continues to recover from her c-section. The farm is currently on limited staff due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the camera is shut down indefinitely.

Thank you for following Foal Patrol. At this time, we ask that you kindly respect the privacy of the owners and farm staff. If you have any questions, please contact the Museum directly at nmrpgasst@racingmuseum.net

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