all in The Life

Thoroughbreds in North America all celebrate their birthdays on Jan. 1, so as soon as the New Year rolls around, so does “foaling season” – that magical time that lasts from the beginning of January through the late spring when racehorse babies are born. In this weekly piece, we’ll bring you the best of new arrivals to the Thoroughbred world. So sit back, relax, and take in the Cute Foals of the Week for 2021! Want to see cute foals in person? Be sure to visit Horse Country!

No horse has taken a longer or more winding road to the $3 million Pegasus World Cup than Sleepy Eyes Todd.

Calumet Farm will hope the third time's the charm when True Timber competes in the Pegasus World Cup Invitational for the third consecutive year.

The Chari-TEE program is a new initiative from Old Smoke Clothing Co. that aims to celebrate horse racing, while providing support to the organizations that are the backbone of the industry. Each month, Old Smoke will proudly promote and support a different horse racing charity. In addition to providing web hosting and promotional services, Old Smoke will donate a portion of the month’s proceeds from all sales of a designated shirt to that month’s selected charity.

Last fall, The Jockey Club, the breed registry for North American Thoroughbreds, announced the expansion of its academic scholarship offerings to support individuals interested in pursuing a career in the Thoroughbred industry. Learn more about the scholarship opportunities below:

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