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Breeding News   Horse Racing

Started 11/24/12 by Derby132; 495088 views.
cigarello

From: cigarello

2/2/21

That is awesome news!!!!

gerchgo

From: gerchgo

2/2/21

I’ve been waiting to see whom they would choose next for her. I think a couple of their other mares have already been bred to him, looking forward to the Into Mischief foal’s racing!

gerchgo

From: gerchgo

2/3/21

Her mating with Quality Road didn’t take last year, so fingers crossed this next one does!

https://www.paulickreport.com/news/bloodstock/rachels-valentina-to-visit-into-mischief-in-2021/

  • Edited February 3, 2021 8:15 am  by  gerchgo
Amy (1pony)
Staff

From: Amy (1pony)

2/3/21

I like the Into Mischief breeding

Derby132

From: Derby132

2/6/21

Wondered about that so thanks for posting the news on last year's breeding for RV. 

Amy (1pony)
Staff

From: Amy (1pony)

2/8/21

Timber Town on FB

Doll Collection (Groupie Doll) is on the farm now and will visit Curlin. She's sweet, she loves mints, and she's been watching the babies with great interest!
#MareMonday

gerchgo

From: gerchgo

2/8/21

She never got really going in her career, probably wanting to be a momma, and from what you’ve posted she is ready. Go baby girl.:)

gerchgo

From: gerchgo

2/14/21

I wonder if Quality Road is having fertility problems? It seems Cavorting was mated but barren, Rachel’s Valentina was also barren for a foal this year to him too. Or maybe, the StoneStreet girls don’t care for him? :)

https://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/articles/246197/clairiere-all-class-in-rachel-alexandra

Amy (1pony)
Staff

From: Amy (1pony)

2/14/21

He maybe slightly low but you never know. It’s not like dogs where we test progesterone levels in blood sample. Horses is more of a timing and with just one cover you can miss or they do not take the first time and decide not to send them back to give them a break.

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