Looking Ahead For 2014

Zenyatta greets a fan. Photo by Alys Emson.

Z greets a fan. Photo by Alys Emson.

Happy New Year Zenyatta Fans!

We hope everyone had a joyous holiday season filled with friends and family. As you may have noticed, Team Z took some time off to celebrate and to make plans for the coming year. We’ve been dreaming up blog features, new Zenyatta products, and eagerly anticipating the birth of Zenyatta’s third foal.

In the meantime, Zenyatta and 13Z have been greeting the winners of our Zenyatta.com Celebration drawing with enthusiasm. We’ll share Alys’ photos from these visits in a future blog post.

Before the holidays we asked you to show us how you’re using your Celebration Stickers. A few of our favorite submissions are below. Thanks Susan, Mary Ellen, Pam, and Cathleen for your photos!

We always welcome feedback from the fans. Send photos of your Zenyatta products in use or suggestions for the future to fans@zenyatta.com. We can’t reply to every email, but we do read everything!

We approach the new year with a sense of gratitude for this loving community. We’re excited to see what this year will bring, and we hope you are too!

-Team Z

Celebration Stickers in action!

Celebration Stickers in action!

P.S. Check out this article about Coz in the LA Times!


  1. January 20 Cherokee Devotional

    When we rely on other people for what we need to know, we are vulnerable to their mistakes. What others give us may be sincere and it may be genuine, but all information is a matter of how we read it. What one person says with one meaning may reach the ear of another with a different understanding. Wisdom comes from the same source regardless of where we hear it, but it is better to take words of wisdom and work them through our own minds for direction and understanding. When someone else has answers that seem to apply to our questions we can be open and teachable, but not gullible. It stands to reason if we tune or ears to answers within ourselves, we won’t have to lean on outer sources for information.

    The British father…promised aid and assistance…he is at peace with the Great Father in Washington…and neither knows nor cares for your grievances…

  2. Dear Kathy Seems politicians are the same all over the world, once they get power they forget about “the little man”!Ray looked so cute supporting the Pats bet he’s enjoying the snow!Zoey had a lovely cream cake for her birthday on Saturday looked so sweet in her party hat. Am going to check my the rest of the furbabies now.Only 50 days to the Cheltenham Festival Yay!Hugs to you,Kisses for the Pack.Sheena

    1. Dear Sheena,

      I’m off today in observance of MLK’s birthday!!! Yay!!! I’m getting together with several friends today, wish you were one of them. Yes, Ray is adorable as always. Zoey is one cutie pie…LOVE that little girl. I have 2 new furbabies for you to check out. The Mighty Maltese…his name is Valentino. Zoe the Therapy Dog is a darling little female Maltese. Will you get to go to the Cheltenham Festival? Sounds fun! Thank you for putting me onto Nerissa. He’s great! Enjoy your day and take care. Hugs from me, kisses from The Pack. Kathy.

  3. Dear Barbara I couldn’t leave a message for little Elsa on FB so I lit a candle for her. RIP Snow Princess. Hugs SheenaX

  4. Dear Kathy Enjoy your day off!! Will certainly check those furbabies!!Hugs Sheena

    1. Dear Sheena,

      Thanks! You’ll enjoy these new furbabies. Such cute little faces!!! Hugs, Kathy

  5. Yet more sad news and colic again hope this link comes through Hugs Sheena

    1. Dear Sheena,

      What a beauty he was. So heartbreaking…Hugs, Kathy.

    2. You’re doing great with these posts Sheena, but another very sad story here. The pictures, however, allow us a look at William Fox-Pitt (known to Hovis followers as William Fox-in-a Hole)

    3. RIP LionHeart. Condolences to all connections, past and present.
      Colic claims yet another earth angel. :-(

    4. Dear Sheena:

      Oh what a beauty he was. RIP gorgeous Lionheart. Love and Hugs, JB

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