2018 foals

Re: 2018 foals

Postby Sparrow Castle » Tue Feb 20, 2018 5:52 pm

Northport wrote:From Woodford Thoroughbred's Facebook:

Foal #25 was born via cesarean at Rood and Riddle which saved the life of mare and foal. After observing Yes It's Jackie (a half sister to Champion Abel Tasman) laboring the decision was made to put her on the trailer and rush her to the clinic. Although having contractions, the mare wasn't dilating and an emergency c-section was performed at the clinic. This beautiful filly by Outwork is doing well and so is her momma. We are so thankful to everyone who played a roll in keeping these two alive.


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So glad they both survived!
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Re: 2018 foals

Postby lurkey mclurker » Tue Feb 20, 2018 8:28 pm

Wow, way to beat the odds. :shock: Hope they both recover quickly and mom makes a full recovery!
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Re: 2018 foals

Postby Sparrow Castle » Tue Feb 20, 2018 9:48 pm

Sparrow Castle wrote:Timber Town Stable @Timber_Town
Special delivery! Unrivaled Belle foaled a Tapit colt in the wee hours this morning. This is a full brother to Unique Bella. Mom and baby are doing great. #foalsof2018
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Unrivaled Belle's Tapit colt, strolling behind mom on a beautiful afternoon. He's a little bit fun to photograph.
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Re: 2018 foals

Postby Sparrow Castle » Tue Feb 20, 2018 10:37 pm

Retrospectiv wrote:First California Chrome foal on the ground. Colt out of Pay The Man.
Cue the insanity from the Chromies.....
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I love seeing them again a few weeks or so after foaling. Yep, baby is a bay.

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Chrome's very first foal out of millionaire Pay The Man still looking great! This foal's parents earned more than $15,000,000 combined on the racetrack.
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Re: 2018 foals

Postby BaroqueAgain1 » Tue Feb 20, 2018 10:54 pm

'Bella's baby bro is one good-looking colt. :mrgreen:
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Re: 2018 foals

Postby Sparrow Castle » Wed Feb 21, 2018 5:39 pm

Here's another one that took a long time to cook...

Tolerton Bloodstock @Tolertonbldstk
30m30 minutes ago
Born this morning at 3am; a big strong correct filly by @coolmorestud stallion Footstepsinthesand ex Gift of Time. She kept us waiting almost a full 12 months & was glad to be out - was up & steady on her feet in 10min #girl power
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Re: 2018 foals

Postby Squeaky » Wed Feb 21, 2018 6:43 pm

For those who work/ have worked on TB breeding farms, Wonder why the Bella brother foal has a shaved area over his jugular vein.. plasma transfusion? How commonly is this done? Precaution/ routine if don’t nurse enough and numbers low on blood count? Or milk low in immunoglobulins?Thanks
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Re: 2018 foals

Postby Summer Bird » Wed Feb 21, 2018 8:55 pm

Squeaky wrote:For those who work/ have worked on TB breeding farms, Wonder why the Bella brother foal has a shaved area over his jugular vein.. plasma transfusion? How commonly is this done? Precaution/ routine if don’t nurse enough and numbers low on blood count? Or milk low in immunoglobulins?Thanks


I would say he probably received plasma unless he got really sick and needed an IV. The farm I work at only does plasma for foals that were affected by Placentitis when they were in the womb. The college I went to did plasma on every foal because the soil there tested positive for rhodococcus, and they wanted the foals’ immune systems to get a little boost on fighting the bacteria. In the end, it depends on the farm whether they do plasma or not.
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Re: 2018 foals

Postby LostADream » Wed Feb 21, 2018 10:18 pm

Squeaky wrote:For those who work/ have worked on TB breeding farms, Wonder why the Bella brother foal has a shaved area over his jugular vein.. plasma transfusion? How commonly is this done? Precaution/ routine if don’t nurse enough and numbers low on blood count? Or milk low in immunoglobulins?Thanks


I worked at a major farm in Lexington that did plasma transfusions for every new foal.
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Re: 2018 foals

Postby Sparrow Castle » Wed Feb 21, 2018 11:43 pm

Tom Ryan @TomRyanKY
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Stakes winner NICKYS BROWN MISS Just foaled a big black beauty by five time G1 winner FLINTSHIRE in Normandy an hour ago at Haras des Capucine. One day Flintshire will be a [global emoji] leading turf sire. He has it all. Pedigree durability and the ability to accelerate.
Sans drugs #SF
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