Last Foal for Blue Hen Mica’s Pride

Tara Madgwick - Sunday September 13

He's not the ‘last of the mohicans’, but he is the last foal of a celebrated blue hen.

Segenhoe Stud have welcomed a colt by Zoustar from Sir Owen Glenn’s blue hen Mica’s Pride.

Zoustar filly from Mica's Pride

At age 22, this will be her final foal and what an amazing job this Group III winning daughter of Bite the Bullet (USA) has done at stud.


Mica’s Pride has had 11 named foals, 10 of which have raced and all have won headed by $7million earner and four time Group I winner Criterion, Group I winner Comin’ Through, Group II winner Varenna Miss and stakes-winner Silently.

 

 


 

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