The colt is continuing to grow and towers over the other foals in the pasture. The big kid on the block, being a May 1st foal, is still walking around covered in baby fuzz in July. By the time he sheds off, it will be time to grow it back again for the winter months. I love what I’m seeing in the way of temperament at just 2 months. He appears curious,and sociable and doesn’t need to hover by his mother for safety. He will come up to acknowledge us and then go about his merry way. Below are pictures from the visit this past Sunday.
The horse racing industry and the world at large is still riding high on Pharoah’s achievement and what an achievement, but more importantly, what a horse! Following his Triple Crown win, he is already training for future races this year and being pointed to the Breeder’s Cup Classic. If Pharoah runs in the Classic, I will be there to witness history again. It will be my first Breeder’s Cup and certainly not my last. Someday, I will breed a horse that runs and wins a Breeder’s Cup race. Pharoah’s win of the Triple Crown has only encouraged me further in my journey to breed the best. Get Ready!