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Rachel Alexandra expecting Bernardini filly

Rachel Alexandra, the 2009 Horse of the Year who gave birth to her first foal this past January, is expecting again. Stonestreet Farm announced on Saturday that their champion mare is carrying a filly by Bernardini. Rachel Alexandra produced a colt by two-time Horse of the Year Curlin in January.

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Rachel’s foal ‘not hard to imagine as a racehorse’

Rachel Alexandra’s foal, born January 22, is already the source of much speculation, reports the Courier-Journal. Jess Jackson bred Rachel Alexandra to Curlin in hopes of creating the ultimate horse. Stonestreet manager Garry Megibben said: “It was always Mr. Jackson’s dream to breed a champion to a champion.” The farm reports the colt, nicknamed “Taco,” […]

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Video: Rachel Alexandra’s foal takes a romp in the paddock

In its latest news release, Stonestreet Farm said both Rachel Alexandra and her week-old colt continue to do well at Rood and Riddle Equine Clinic near Lexington. The farm has released a home video of the colt by Curlin romping in the paddock at the clinic. To view the video, click here.

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Brooklyn Backstretch: When fans’ requests for transparency become prurient curiosity

Blogger Teresa Genaro, in Brooklyn Backstretch, writes a pertinent piece about the social media frenzy that erupted among race fans over Stonestreet Farm’s recent announcements of the birth of Rachel Alexandra’s colt by Curlin and the subsequent hospitalization of the mare for pain management. At the heart of the issue is the paparazzi-style desire for […]

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Rachel Alexandra gives birth to a colt by Curlin

Lexington, Kentucky — January 22, 2012 — RACHEL ALEXANDRA, 2009 Horse of the Year, gave birth today to a 125 pound colt by 2007 and 2008 Horse of the Year, CURLIN who stands at Lane’s End Farm. The bay colt was born at 2:40 pm on Stonestreet Farm near Lexington, Kentucky.  He took his first […]

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Three Chimneys presents Good News Friday: Three Years of Ray Paulick

A few weeks and three years ago, I chose to take a leap of faith and agreed to partner with a guy I didn’t know working in an industry that had about a half of one percent of my annual attention. The journey officially began three years ago yesterday. And it has been one of […]

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