TAPIT joins National Museum of Racing’s Hall of Fame entity “Foal Patrol” – which is now live!
Foal Patrol, an initiative of the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame, was launched in December of 2017. This program was conceptualized by John Hendrickson, the Museum’s president, and his late wife, the renowned philanthropist and thoroughbred owner, Marylou Whitney. Foal Patrol is a one-of-a-kind collection of live web cameras, which gives a viewer rare insight into the life of mares during their pregnancies, including the actual birth and the first few weeks of their foal’s life. This program provides a behind-the-scenes look at what daily life is like for an in-foal mare, or stallion, granting access to a previously sheltered stage of a thoroughbred’s life. This access allows dedicated racing fans and general animal lovers alike a chance to ask questions, engage with farms, and deepen their understanding of the thoroughbred industry as a whole.
We thank the NMRHOF’s inclusion in this endeavor, to view more horses involved in “Season 4” visit: https://www.foalpatrol.com