National Museum Of Racing And Hall Of Fame’s Foal Patrol Season Five Now Live by Press Release|01.05.202201.31.2022|6:27pm2:41am Season Five of the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame's popular live webcam series Foal Patrol is now live online at www.foalpatrol.com. Live footage will expand as the mares approach their expected foaling dates. Foal Patrol is a one-of-a-kind collection of live cameras following the daily activities of in-foal mares and their foals produced by the National Museum of Racing. Millions of people throughout the world have viewed the popular webcam program since its initial season in 2018. Foal Patrol Season Five participants are: Elate (in foal to Speightstown at Claiborne Farm, Paris, Ky.), Spanish Bunny (in foal to Uncle Mo at Gainesway Farm, Lexington, Ky.), Traveling Tiger (in foal to Audible at Safari North at Pauls Mill Farm, Versailles, Ky.), Repeta (in foal to Volatile at Three Chimneys Farm, Versailles, Ky.), and Floripa (in foal to Vekoma at Old Tavern Farm, Saratoga Springs, N.Y.). Season Five will feature a new education site to connect Foal Patrol fans of all ages to online resources, videos, and podcasts that begin with breeding and reproduction and span the life of the Thoroughbred. With a page Just for Kids; the Insights videos for youth considering industry careers; online resources about the health and care of the horse; and the platform of Your Stories for viewers' photo submissions and stories of how Foal Patrol has inspired them; the site will feature something for the youngest to oldest viewers. New content will be added to the site weekly from January through June. A variety of Thoroughbred industry partners have committed to supporting Foal Patrol's educational efforts with regular content, support, and promotion throughout Season Five. Paulick Report is the primary media partner for Foal Patrol Season Five, and other industry collaborators include Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance, Retired Racehorse Project, Amplify Horse Racing, Equibase, Hagyard Equine Medical Institute, Harness Horse Youth Foundation, Horse Country, Jockey Club Technology Services, Keeneland Kids Club, Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Equine Industry Pipeline, Mill Ridge Farm, Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital, University of Kentucky Department of Animal and Food Sciences, and University of Louisville Equine Industry Program.