Meet Six Regally-Bred Members of Stonestreet's 2022 Foal Crop

Stonestreet Farm's bloodstock advisor John Moynihan introduces some of the most regally-bred foals of Stonestreet's 2022 crop and discusses how the farm strives to improve and refine their breeding program each year.

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Preakness Winner Early Voting Reflects Ongoing Success at Three Chimneys

Preakness winner Early Voting is the first American Classic winner bred by Three Chimneys under the farms current ownership. We dropped by to the colt's dam and his half-sister by Volatile.

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Could Zilkha Be the One? Zenyatta's Youngest Daughter Shows Promise at Shirreffs Barn

The youngest progeny from Hall of Fame superstar Zenyatta recently arrived at John Shirreffs's barn at Santa Anita. The 2-year-old chestnut filly by Candy Ride (Arg) named Zilkha is already well on her way to making her debut this year. Zoe Cadman checks in with her trainer.

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Racing Royalty: Meet Midnight Bisou's First Foal by Curlin

The much-anticipated first foal out of champion Midnight Bisou arrived on Feb. 12 this year and is now thriving at Hill 'n' Dale at Xalapa. Jeff Bloom stopped by the farm in the midst of Triple Crown season to visit the Curlin colt and his Eclipse Award-winning dam.

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Foaling Around: Queen's Trust

In this episode of Foaling Around we meet Breeders' Cup winner Queen's Trust who has a yearling and foal at foot by Kingman. John Marsh of Cheveley Park Stud, her owner/breeders, tells us about Queen's Trust and her foals.

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Foaling Around: One Master

Triple G1 Prix de la Foret winner One Master has foaled her first foal, a colt by Dubawi. She is owned by Roy and Gretchen Jackson and boards at New England Stud. TDN recently paid her and her foal a visit.

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Grade I Winner Concrete Rose and Her First Foal

Concrete Rose, a four-time graded stakes winner including the 2019 GI Belmont Oaks Invitational S., recently had her first foal, a filly by first-year sire Instagrand. Katie Petrunyak visits the pair at Taylor Made Farm.

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Fan Favorite Hard Not to Love Sells at Fasig-Tipton's Night of the Stars

Hard Not to Love stole the hearts of racing fans across the country during her three-year career. The Grade I winner with only one eye will now begin a new career as a broodmare as she prepares to sell at the Fasig-Tipton November Sale.

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Valiance Fulfills Family Tradition of Grade I Excellence

Valiance became the third generation in her female family awarded the status of a Grade I winner when she took the 2020 GI Spinster S. at Keeneland. Now, the regally-bred daughter of Tapit prepares to sell at the upcoming Fasig-Tipton November Sale. We visited Valiance at Bluewater Farm.

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Baum Horses a Unique Opportunity at Fasig-Tipton November

Racing lost a dedicated and passionate owner in September in Michael Baum. His family offers three of his horses for sale at the upcoming Fasig-Tipton November Sale, including Bye Bye Baby, a Group-winning and Classic-placed daughter of Galileo, and a full sister to Epsom Derby winner Serpentine.

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Speedy Princess Noor Provides Many 'Firsts' For Connections

Princess Noor, a $1.35 million juvenile at the OBS Spring Sale, ran to her price tag as the winner of last year's GI Del Mar Debutante and GII Chandelier S. Now, the daughter of Not This Time sells in foal to Into Mischief at the 2021 Fasig-Tipton November Sale.

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Dayoutoftheoffice's Career One to Remember at Siena Farm

Dayoutoftheoffice might not have stepped onto the starting gate if it weren't for the hard work and dedication of Nacho Patino and the rest of the team at Siena Farm. Instead, the daughter of Into Mischief because a dual graded stakes winner last year, including a win in the GI Frizette S. We spoke with her connections as she prepares to sell at the Fasig-Tipton 'Night of the Stars' Sale.

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