When Beautiful Devil, the white mare of Patchen Wilkes Farm, gave birth, farm manager Barry Ezrine had to throw everything away and help her.
A newcomer, a foal very similar to an angel, was born. However, foals are different from other foals. Very rare due to the coat color. She is a pure white thoroughbred and is associated with the first White Beauty registered by the Jockey Club.
Newborn baby is the 7th generation since White Beauty. She should have had white fur because the gene was passed by her mother, but it was still a fun sight for the court. She is also the 13th white foal on the farm since 1995. “With a white mare, a white foal is born,” Barry explains.
“I think it would be even more unusual if there was a white foal but no white mare.” According to Hoff, mares have a natural maternal instinct. And while it was difficult to start a baby who couldn’t breastfeed because had to be taken away from her mother because of gastrointestinal problems, the two are doing well now! Watch the video and tell us your thoughts. Don’t forget to share the video with your friends and family to brighten up your day.