Spanish Bunny and her Uncle Mo colt, part of Foal Patrol Season 5.
Foal Patrol, an initiative of the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame, partnered with the Paulick Report in Season 5 to bring you closer to featured mares and foals and to ask farm staff your questions about their care and management over the course of the season.
In this episode with Spanish Bunny and her Uncle Mo colt foaled on Feb. 17, 2022, we ask Gainesway Farm’s Amy Slugantz, “What has it been like being on Foal Patrol this season?”
The Foal Patrol Season 5 Education Site provides a platform to respond to viewers’ questions, share information about horse care and management from breeding through retirement, and spotlight efforts across the industry to provide the best possible care for Thoroughbreds before, during, and after their racing careers. In partnership with industry collaborators, we will add new content to the Foal Patrol Education Site for viewers of all ages from now through June at foalpatrol.com/education.
Your Stories gives viewers the chance to share photos of their own mares and foals, selfies with Foal Patrol’s mascot, Smokey, and stories about what Foal Patrol means to them. Send your photos and stories to [email protected] for a chance to be featured on foalpatrol.com/education/your-stories.
Since its first season in 2018, people all over the world have engaged with Foal Patrol’s live webcam series for a behind-the-scenes look at what daily life is like for in-foal mares and foals. Learn more about this season’s lineup at foalpatrol.com and watch “Recent Updates” for Foal Patrol announcements, posts about featured Season 5 mares and foals, and updates on mares and foals from prior seasons.
Foal Patrol Season 5 has reached more people and a broader audience than any prior season. We thank you for tuning in this year, for engaging, and for making Season 5 our most watched Foal Patrol season.