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Spanish Bunny

Unusual Heat - Spanish Beam, By El Gran Senor

Gainesway Farm


Uncle Mo

Bred To

Born 9:20 p.m. on 2/17/2022

Foaling Date

Gainesway Farm


In foal to Coolmore stallion Uncle Mo, Spanish Bunny (CA) is a 15-year-old bay daughter of Unusual Heat out of the El Gran Senor mare Spanish Beam. Purchased by Gainesway for $130,000 at the 2015 Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale, Spanish Bunny made 20 starts in her career from 2008 through 2011. Her lone victory was at Del Mar in 2010. She competed exclusively in California. Of her six foals to date, Spanish Bunny has produced four starters, including Grade 1 winner Spanish Queen (2015 American Oaks) and multiple stakes placed Spanish Loveaffair. Her foal by Uncle Mo has an expected due date of Feb. 2, 2022.
Click here for more info about the stallion: Uncle Mo - Coolmore America

Daily Routine

Pelleted feed twice a day
Alfalfa hay as needed
Free choice water

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About the Owner

Gainesway Farm

With eyes always on the future, Gainesway maintains clear roots in its history. A picturesque working farm of 1,500 acres along Paris Pike near Lexington, Kentucky, today’s Gainesway encompasses the former Greentree Stud and Whitney Farm, legendary breeding operations whose decades of prominence ensured their bloodstock’s continued influence on the modern thoroughbred. Through careful stewardship of this land, Gainesway is writing its own chapter in the bluegrass. Under the leadership of Antony Beck (whose late father, Graham Beck, purchased Gainesway from John Gaines in 1989), the property has grown to include broodmare, foal, and yearling divisions, and the farm has become one of the industry’s leading sale consignors. A boutique thoroughbred nursery and stallion station by function, Gainesway is the only horse farm in the world to be accredited as an arboretum. Gainesway’s roster of nine stallions is headlined by three-time champion sire Tapit, who has sired 27 Grade 1 winners, 32 yearlings to bring $1 million or more at auction, and earners of more than $177 million on the racetrack for the most progeny earnings of any North American sire ever. Tapit stands alongside Afleet Alex, Anchor Down, Karakonite, McKinzie, Raging Bull, Spun to Run, and Tapwrit. 

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