It's a Colt!

Emotional Kitten

Kitten's Joy - Silent Emotion, By Ghazi

Lael Stables


Dialed In

Bred To

Born at 12:37 a.m. on April 24, 2020

Foaling Date

Denali Stud


Emotional Kitten and colt are well and streaming will continue on their stall

Emotional Kitten
May 29th, 2020

News from Denali Stud: Emotional Kitten and her colt are well. He's growing and developing nicely. The farm staff continues to wrap his legs whlie he is in his stall to help reduce tightness in the front tendons. Both mare and foal have moved to a larger paddock in the afternoon so the camera will remain streaming on their stall from approximately 7:30a - 1p each day. There will not be camera coverage in the paddock. 

Emotional Kitten has been rebred to The Factor and the farm staff will be monitoring her over the coming weeks. Below a sweet moment of Emotional Kitten20 nursing. 

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Photo courtesy of Denali Stud

Emotional Kitten and colt enjoy field at Denali Stud

Emotional Kitten
June 19th, 2020

Emotional Kitten and her colt continue to enjoy the late spring/early summer months in their paddock. He is growing each day while socializing out in the field with the other mares and foals at Denali Stud Farm. Watch the video below for an up close look at his development. 

Emotional Kitten20 first conformation photo

Emotional Kitten
June 9th, 2020

From Denali Stud: The youngest foal of season 3, Emotional Kitten20 had his first conformation picture taken last week. He is doing really well and working on standing for photos. We look forward to sharing some footage of him out in the big field with the other mares and foals in the coming weeks. 

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Photo courtesy of Denali Stud

Emotional Kitten and colt have a new schedule

Emotional Kitten
May 11th, 2020

Emotional Kitten and her colt are doing well at Denali Stud. Late last week, the colt had his front legs wrapped. The broodmare manager shared this overview: "Sometimes in young babies, as their legs get stronger, they tend to exercise and run more. This can cause their tendons that are on the front of their legs to tighten and become contracted. We like to give them some help by supporting them while up in the stall to help relax those tendons, so they don’t become too upright and sore." After a few hours, the wraps were removed from his legs as the tendons relaxed adequately.

Emotional Kitten and her colt are now on a new schedule. Enjoy a short video of the social colt outdoors with his mom below. We are working to adjust the cameras accordingly:

7:30am - 1 pm - Stall

1 pm - 7:30 am Paddock