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 2017!

Kentucky Derby contender Gunnevera was positively adorable as a baby!

For all of the action packed into a horse race, there’s an even greater wealth of colorful and captivating stories that revolve around everyday life at the racetrack.

Tales of success and failure, glory and heartbreak, jubilation and frustration, they can be found in a wide array of forms each and every week at venues spanning the width of the nation.

They are the ingredients that give horse racing its rich flavor and continually stir the passions of its fans.

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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 2017!

Get ready for a deliriously adorable foal – you’re going to want to see the video below!

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 2017!

Congratulations to sports radio host Jim Rome on his adorable new arrival!

For anyone looking to start a career in the Thoroughbred industry, the Maryland Horse Breeder’s Association (MHBA) is offering a unique opportunity for people to get their foot in the door.

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