Breeding: Reproducing Greatness with a Little Help

Every winter stallions enter breeding sheds across the country with owners’ hopes of producing the next Spooks Gotta Whiz, HF Mobster, or Wimpys Little Step. Eleven months later mare owners wait with baited breath to see what possibly months or years of plan- ning has produced. Four long legs, a fluffy mane and tail, and … Continue reading Breeding: Reproducing Greatness with a Little Help

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Helping Your Foal get a Head Start on Life

One of my favorite things about living in Lexington is springtime--not just the new flowers and foliage blooming, or the excitement of Keeneland's spring meet starting up, but seeing all the new foals sprinting and frolicking across their lush, green pastures along the roads. I seriously think the accident rate goes up in Lexington in … Continue reading Helping Your Foal get a Head Start on Life