The first foal reported for social media sensation and fan favorite Juba (Tapit – Adoradancer, by Danzig Connection) is a dark bay or brown colt born Friday morning. The foal is out of the Lido Palace mare, Our Princess. Both the mare and the foal are in great condition after the birth.
Here are some photos for your enjoyment!
At this year’s renewal of the West Virginia Thoroughbred Breeders’ Association Awards Banquet, Taylor Mountain Farm and Mr. James W. Casey brought home a nice haul of awards. These awards include:
- Champion West Virginia Bred Older Filly/Mare “Candy Man’s Girl”
- Champion West Virginia Bred Sprinter “Greenway Court”
- West Virginia Stallion of the Year “Denis of Cork”
- West Virginia Broodmare of the Year “Candy One”
- West Virginia Breeder of the Year
Juba, popular son of Tapit, has been retired to stud to stand at Taylor Mountain Farm in West Virginia. Read more about Juba here.