Foaling season at Ohio State ATI's Equine Center in Wooster, OH, officially began on January 13 with a bay filly by Credit Fashion out of Cavaliers Victory.
According to Aspen Adams-Trisket, horse herd manager, "We expect to have between 40 and 50 foals, with nine of those belonging to ATI brood mares." Foaling season typically runs from January to May, with students in ATI's equine degree programs assisting. The majority of the foals are Standardbreds, many of which have gone on to successful racing careers.
Recent winners that ATI bred, raised, and sold are listed below.
Format: Registered name [year born, T=trotter or P=pacer, age, fastest time & track code $earnings]
- Hit Em Up Dude [2019, T, 3, 1:58.0F $49,839]
- Barely Mischievous [2020, P, 2, 1:54.1H $33,338]
- Barley a Tease [2020, P, 2, 1:55.1H $7,613]
- Barley A Sin [2019, P, 3, 1:54.2H $18,429]
- ATI Seaside Cruise [2020, P, 2, 1:57.1F $23,358]
Students have also been able to foal out horses such as Slay [2019, T, 3, 1:51.0M $699,276], Ruth Honig [2020, T, 2, 1:56.3S $142,093], CASH INFUSION [2019, T, 3, 1:51.4S $260,682], and FREEBORN [2020, T, 2, 1:58.2F $67,294].
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