Real Life Breyer Horses: Zenyatta Has A Filly!

Horse fans all over the world have been caught up in the story of the amazing mare Zenyatta and her amazing life as a race horse. Zenyatta retired three years and a half years ago to become a brood mare and further racing’s future and welcomed her third foal with much excitement just a few days ago!

The amazing mare Zenyatta has become a part of American horse racing history for her 19 wins out of 20 starts. This record, unlike no other, is astonishing to say the least and the fact that she’s a mare makes the story even more incredible! Zenyatta is a large, dark bay mare that is owned by the Moss’ and love by millions all over the world. She started her career in 2007 and by 2008 she was being ridden by Mike Smith was starting to get attention as the big mare that could beat the boys. She retired, with just one loss, her final race in which she came in second to Blame, at the Breeders Cup Classic. Even with that one small second place win, her record is astonishing to say the least and will live on in the record books for eternity!

Since becoming a broodmare, Zenyatta has given birth to two colts, Cozmic One and Ziconic in 2012 and 2013. On April 20th in the early Easter morning, Zenyatta delivered a healthy dark bay filly that looks stunningly like her mother at Lane’s End Farm in Versailles Kentucky.

In the years since she’s come into our hearts, Breyer has created a lovely Zenyatta that has been so popular with collectors, and a model of Cozmic One as well! Collectors all over the world can add Zenyatta and her first foal to their collections with the help of Golden Oak Stables! Is there a Zenyatta in your collection?

Email Stacy: Stacy@GoldenOakStables.com

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