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Foal Watch: February 2016

15 Feb 2016

We are only into the second month of the year and we’ve already been treated to some exceptionally cute foals to look forward to in 2016.

We are only into the second month of the year and we’ve already been treated to some exceptionally cute foals to look forward to in 2016.

Get ready for some adorable baby horses. These little nippers could end up being your future British Champions Series heroes.

It’s a prince!

The Royal baby foal from The Queen’s Gold Cup winner Estimate has been born – a lovely looking colt by Dubawi.

With the British Champions Series throne beckoning for this little on, could he be a superstar to follow for Her Majesty?

Kingman’s first foal

Just like Dad, it seems this one is quite inquisitive. Out of Exceptionelle, could Kingman’s first foal be exceptional?

Happy Friday! To celebrate here is KINGMAN’s first ever foal – an inquisitive filly out of Exceptionelle. pic.twitter.com/rdqFlnNlhL

— Champions Series (@ChampionsSeries) February 12, 2016

On a mission for more family Champions Series success

After his success on QIPCO British Champions Day, Noble Mission ventured to America for a new career as a stallion.

Judging by this picture, his sons and daughters certainly look the part. Could we see them set out for Britain?

The American dream. #ChampionsDay star NOBLE MISSION has his first foals on the ground. (P: @LanesEndFarms) pic.twitter.com/49S4Ohspp3

— Champions Series (@ChampionsSeries) February 12, 2016

Mukhadram’s progeny on the ground

Winner of the Coral-Eclipse at Sandown Park during his career, Mukhadram reaffirmed his place among the best in the Series with a dictating display.

His foals certainly looks as if they have a sense of authority about them.

Well hello there!

Welcome to the world the first foal by Coral-Eclipse champion MUKHADRAM. (P: @ShadwellStud) pic.twitter.com/NY2HK3inrP

— Champions Series (@ChampionsSeries) February 7, 2016

Leading the way

We rather quite like this photo of one of Leading Lights first foals.

Will he be a stallion to keep an eye on in the near future?

She isn’t so sure about the weather.

This is Gold Cup winner LEADING LIGHT’s first filly foal. (P: @GrangeStud) pic.twitter.com/8BEZmArSWw

— Champions Series (@ChampionsSeries) February 6, 2016

Australia’s first filly

Dad was some hero in the British Champions Series. This daughter of his looks like she has picked up the right genes.

Got that #FridayFeeling? We have.

Here’s one of AUSTRALIA’s first filly foals. (P: @CoolmoreStud) pic.twitter.com/xkJn7cahDq

— Champions Series (@ChampionsSeries) February 5, 2016

Toronado time

One of the first foals by Toronado, this one certianly looks raring to go!

Someone’s raring to go!

Say hello to one of TORONADO’s first foals – a colt out of Candicans. (P: @AlShaqabRacing) pic.twitter.com/Llav3FOdX9

— Champions Series (@ChampionsSeries) February 1, 2016

Like mother, like daughter

A picture says a thousand words. Here’s The Fugue and her filly faol by super stallion Dubawi.

She looks just like Mum!

#Foals are trending. Now this is a real superstar!

Here’s THE FUGUE and her Dubawi filly foal. (P: @amylanigan1) pic.twitter.com/YqM1Lk73Jc

— Champions Series (@ChampionsSeries) January 28, 2016