It’s that time of the year. Not the chilly January air or the gray days of February. We’re talking winter foaling season. A precious time where expectant mares fill Pennsylvania farms and hearts with the fuzzy feelings of joy and anticipation.
Soon, a new brood of the sweetest foals you’ll ever meet will enter the world. If you’re interested in horse racing’s breeding basics beyond the cute and furry outcome, we have a page for that too. For the rest of you, we’ve expanded our foal cam to highlight two farms, so you can keep an eye on the next generation of Standardbreds and Thoroughbreds. Enjoy, foal watchers.
See the mothers-to-be
Number of foals this year: 4
Located in Wellsville, Pennsylvania, Diamond Creek Farm is an established and well-respected breeding farm that houses a top-of-the-line Standardbred operation that stands six, top-tiered stallions, including world record holder, Always B Miki.
HHYF’s Karen Cam: Click here to watch it live!
The Harness Horse Youth Foundation brings you the Karen Cam. Sweet Karen is a cherished part of HHYF. Sweet Karen would love to entertain you with her antics in her stall at Diamond Creek.
Number of foals this year: 1
The Walnut Green Farm encompasses over 100 acres in the beautiful horse country of Unionville, Pennsylvania. It offers a full line of breeding and farming services for Thoroughbred horses, including past success such as Saint Liam, Medalgia D’oro and many more.
Meet the Mares
Meet Check Your Six, Bree’s Got Heart and Expect Wonderful. All three mares will deliver foals this season at Walnut Green.
Diamond Creek Farm
Swan Hot Mama, Darlinonthebeach and Pure Country are ready to introduce themselves and give you insight on foal season directly from the source.