March 28, 2013 - 8:44pm
Rachel Alexandra--2009's Horse of the Year--has returned home; beginning the next stage of her remarkable recuperation following abdominal surgery in mid-February.
Here in Kentucky, we go to great lengths to take care of our lady horses. And, if they are stakes winners, we are sure to give them the tender loving care they need and deserve.So, it is with much relief that we received the good news yesterday from Lexington's Stonestreet Farm, that the...
February 20, 2013 - 4:47pm
Rachel Alexandra continues to recover from abdominal surgery.
Rachel Alexandra remains in serious, but stable condition at Rood & Riddle Equine Clinic in Lexington, Ky. following abdominal surgery last week. The 2009 Kentucky Oaks winner was taken from her home at Stonestreet Farm to Rood & Riddle last Wednesday, a day after giving birth to a 140...
February 14, 2013 - 1:29pm
Rachel Alexandra is in serious condition following surgery related to complications of recent delivery.
Rachel Alexandra, who gave birth to a filly by Bernardini early Tuesday morning, is recovery from surgery today related to complications from the birth of the 140-pound baby born at Stonestreet Farm.In a statement released by Stonestreet Farm late Wednesday night, it was announced that the seven-...
February 13, 2013 - 1:12pm
Rachel Alexandra has given birth to her second foal, a filly by Bernardini.
Stonestreet Farm in Lexington, Ky. has already welcomed in several foals this year, but none quite like the one born at the farm Tuesday. Rachel Alexandra, the seven-year-old daughter of Medaglia d’Oro by Lotta Kim, gave birth to her second foal, a filly by Bernardini. The filly was born at 2...
February 15, 2012 - 10:00am
Fans asked for it and Stonestreet Farm obliged--start thinking of a clever name for the much anticipated foal of superstars Rachel Alexandra and Curlin.
Stonestreet Farm has announced a contest to name Rachel Alexandra's first foal, born Jan. 22. The colt is the son of two-time Horse of the Year Curlin. Rachel Alexandra is said to be responding well to motherhood at Stonestreet Farm in Lexington, Kentucky.