Real Life Breyer Horses: Updates From A Few Of Breyer’s Leading Ladies

A few of Breyer’s leading ladies have been in the news lately for three exciting reasons! Golden Oak Stables always brings exciting horses to you, but these ladies have found their way into the hearts of horse lovers and Breyer collectors all over the world through their triumphs on the race track.

Retired Breyer portrait model Rachel Alexandra won her way into the record books with her amazing race record and her amazing tenacity. Two years ago she was retired to Stonestreet farm outside of Lexington Kentucky to start her life as a breeding mare. Last year she gave birth to a wonderful little colt out of Curlin and this year she followed with a beautiful filly from Bernadini. Not long after foaling it was found that she sustained an injury and needed surgery. Good news came this week when Stonestreet let Rachel fan’s all over know that she had been turned out for the first time since her surgery and was most definitely on the mend!

Zenyatta also made news this week with news of her first foal! Zenyatta’s first foal who was born last year was finally given a name. Her owners, the Moss family, had spent almost a year picking the perfect name for her first colt and it was announced this week that he would be known as Cozmic One! They also published a photo that has Coz looking a lot like his portrait Breyer model!

Lastly horse racing welcomes a new broodmare into the stable with the retirement of Black Caviar! This astonishing Australian mare retires with an amazing 25:0 record that is one of a kind! This amazing mare has taken Australia and the world by storm and there’s no telling what is in store for her or her future foals! Chances are, Black Caviar is only the start of something amazing!

With three exciting news bits from three of the most amazing females in racing, there’s no wonder why Breyer has chose to honor them! They are three amazing mares that are changing the world for the girls!

~Stacy

Email Stacy: Stacy@GoldenOakStables.com

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