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Love and Pride19 sells at Fasig Tipton November sale

Love and Pride
November 7th, 2019

Love and Pride19, a filly from the first crop of Horse of the Year Gun Runner was purchased by Mike Ryan, agent at the Fasig Tipton November Sale on Tuesday, November 5 in Lexington, KY. The bay filly was purchased for $750,000 from the consignment of Taylor Made Sales, agent. She is a beautiful, well developed filly with great prospects for the future. 

Love and Pride's filly is doing well, developing nicely

Love and Pride
September 24th, 2019

Love and Pride's filly is doing very well, developing nicely. Chris Baker and the farm staff are happy with her progress. In about 3 weeks time, this filly and their entire crop with transfer from the mare side to the yearling side of Three Chimneys farm. A normal, annual process. At this time they will be grouped by sex and stay in these new groups until sale or breaking time next year.

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Photo courtesy of Three Chimneys Farm

Love and Pride has a great temperament

Love and Pride
August 15th, 2019

Love and Pride19 has done exceptionally well after weaning, a testament to her temperament. Three Chimneys Farm is very happy with her overall growth and development. The mare has done well after surgery also and is back on paddock turnout. 

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Photo courtesy of Three Chimneys Farm

Love and Pride is transitioning to weaning well

Love and Pride
July 18th, 2019

Love and Pride19 is transitiong well as a weanling and looking great. Chris Baker from Three Chimneys Farm shares a couple updates on this filly as well as the health of Love and Pride.


Love and Pride

Love and Pride
July 15th, 2019

Three Chimneys Farm staff is very attentive to the horses to ensure they are safe, in good health and have good, consistent care. These factors contributed to early detection of colic in Love and Pride last Tuesday. She was acting uncomfortable that morning and the staff brought her to the equine hospital for examination. It was determined that she had colon torsion and a small intestine twist which required surgery. Fortunately, surgery happened quickly which avoided further complications and blood loss. She was placed in good care and was released on Saturday. She is doing well. Love and Pride19 was weaned during this abrupt surgery but did well with the transition. The filly is still with the herd she has been with and the mare, Love and Pride has been moved to a different location. Here is a photo of Love and Pride after returning from the clinic. 

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Photo courtesy of Three Chimneys Farm