New Zenyatta Apparel

Z Tote


Happy Monday!

We have lots of new apparel available today from the Zenyatta Shop, including the Call Shirt and Call Sweatshirt:

Celebrate Zenyatta’s pinnacle racing performance with the perfect sweatshirt commemorating one of the greatest Breeders’ Cup races ever run. When Zenyatta roared to the lead in deep stretch in the 2009 Breeders’ Cup Classic, defeating the boys beneath the shadows of the majestic San Gabriel mountains at Santa Anita Park, it was a moment never to be forgotten by racing fans the world over.

On the front, a determined Zenyatta with Mike Smith aboard as they surge towards the finish line to capture America’s richest horse race. But what really makes this shirt special is race announcer Trevor Denman’s complete call of the race on the back, transcribed from start to finish, culminating in the now-famous phase “This is Un-Be-lievable!” A perfect gift or souvenir for those who honor the Zenyatta’s legacy and the memory of her finest day!

Scroll down for previews of the Supreme T-Shirt, the Supreme Fleece Jacket, the Z-Shirt, the Champion Tote, and above, the Z Tote.

Enjoy!
-Team Z

Call Sweatshirt



Call Shirt



Supreme T-Shirt



Supreme Fleece Jacket



Z-Shirt



Champion Tote

Edit: These items are no longer available. January 2013.

99 comments

  1. What wonderful Zenyatta memorabilia for the devoted fans!! Will have to do some thinking about who on my Christmas list (besides myself) needs some of this stuff!! Thank you!!

  2. Dear Z fans and Z dumplings,

    Here is a great link looking at all of the “levels of competition at the racetrack”.
    Great definitions and examples, now lets all get down to our handicapping.

    http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/examining-different-levels-of-competition-at-the-r.html

    1. Thanks Sign,
      I miss the weekly fantasy capping game!!!
      My big win came from a tip, from my dog Mikey….Handsome Mike….go figure?
      Happy Thanksgiving,Cappers!!

      1. Dear Ann,

        TOO CUTE, Mike the dog, picked out Handsome Mike for you and a big win.
        Really miss the handicapping game, it was really fun. While doing participating
        it seemed long, but now it was sooo much fun. Can’t wait until next year.

    2. Thanks, Sign.

  3. Thanks Team Z for all the new great items to purchase. It so hard to choose. Hope everyone that is traveling for Thanksgiving has a safe trip.

  4. A Big Hello to all Zsters:
    These items are beautiful! I really like the tote bags. Thank you, Team-Z. I think a charm or pendant with Zenny in her signature pose is a wonderful idea. I hope they will consider it. Maybe as a new item for next year’s Breeders’ Cup. I really had a great time this year! It was so nice meeting so many of you Z-Dumplings.

    Wow, Zenny’s little half sister, Ebby put on quite a show this past Friday. Good luck Ebby with your future races!!

    – Linda in NJ

    1. Really like the new apparel and designs, yep, espeically the totes. Good work and a lovely way to contining to honor our Queen.

    2. Linda,

      It was really nice meeting you too. Happy Thanksgiving!

    3. I’m glad we got to see you again this year, Linda! Hurricane Sandy made it so difficult for you, coming from NJ. I look forward to seeing Ebby race together in coming months. Happy Thanksgiving.

    4. Hi Linda in NJ – I guess the reply I typed for you yesterday was removed since I put my “alternate” email address in it; I have some pictures of you from the Zenyatta party that I want to send to you but am not sure now how to accomplish that (unless you try to email me at msmoops at gmail dot com…). Happy Thanksgiving!

  5. I hope Santa thinks I’ve a good girl all year. I want one of everything. I hope everyone has a fantastic Thanksgiving. Especially you Zenyatta. Luv ya.

  6. Please lets get some updates on our beautiful girl. There hasn’t been much lately.

    Also, I love all the new stuff.

  7. Nakatani on Eblouissante Maiden Win
    Zoe Cadman HRTV catches up with jockey Corey Nakatani the day after Eblouissante’s maiden win at Betfair Hollywood Park.
    Posted: 11/17/2012
    http://www.hrtv.com/racing/first-call/?VideoId=iOzL0Bk0KZTNCoyXmm%2Fk4o%2B62m7gB0NowHPzssZwnFI%3D

    Special thanks to Auntie Judy for sharing this!
    If it has been posted before, I am sorry.
    Moving & posting in the Blogs is just a little confusing right now

    1. Keta,

      It hasn’t been posted, but it is a premier video, so have to have a paid account
      and it only plays for a few sentences and cuts off.

      Anyone else had any better luck.

      It is the thought that counts !!!

      1. Thanks Keta. It played all the way through but was skipping here and there. I had wanted to hear the jockey’s perspective on Ebby and it sounds like a good critique to me.

    2. Thanks Keta, it worked for me!

  8. Tattersalls Ireland tweet about Snow Fairy with photo
    Look who it is!! SNOW FAIRY well on the road to recovery!
    It’s great to see her back to her cheeky self!
    https://twitter.com/tatts_ireland/status/270914203827728384/photo/1

    1. Dear Snow,
      How did they photo you in such an un lady like pose, when you are such a very sweet and competent girl ?????

  9. Woodbine Trainer Cappuccitti Dies
    By Blood-Horse Staff Updated: Tuesday, November 20, 2012 1:57 PM
    Successful and popular Woodbine-based owner and trainer Audre Cappuccitti has died at age 66.

    Cappuccitti, who won 537 career races including 35 stakes scores, owned and trained Canada’s 2011 champion male sprinter Essence Hit Man. Her first stakes win as an owner came in 1993 and her first triumph as a conditioner was three years later.

    She also experienced Sovereign Award success with Deputy Inxs, who won three trophies, including top sprinter honors in 1998, as well as delivering Cappuccitti her first stakes victory as a conditioner and 100th career Woodbine win.

    Read more on BloodHorse.com: http://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/articles/74598/woodbine-trainer-cappuccitti-dies#ixzz2CneFrq3v

  10. Dear Everyone: The ONLY story DownUnder is Oliver et. al. and their disgraceful behaviour.

    So I want to forget all of them for the moment and send you all my warmest and lots of hugs for a safe and happy Thanksgiving (with thanks also, and apologies, to the turkeys).
    Love, KathyR.

    1. Dear Kathy R and Z fans,

      Here is the latest on Americain, the ink is not been placed on the agreement yet, so that
      is why the Farm is unnamed. But soon, with bated breath.

      Now you can forget about Oliver, Kathy R and enjoy Americain in his retirement.

      Melbourne Cup Winner Americain to Stand in KY
      By Blood-Horse Staff
      Updated: Tuesday, November 20, 2012 6:19 PM
      Posted: Tuesday, November 20, 2012 6:19 PM

      Americain, winner of the 2010 Emirates Melbourne Cup (Aus-I) and recently retired from racing, will stand the Northern Hemisphere breeding season in Kentucky in 2013, according to racenet.com.au.

      Americain’s part owner, Gerry Ryan, told RSN (in Australia) that a deal had been done for an unnamed farm to stand the Melbourne Cup winner, who was bred in Kentucky by Wertheimer et Frere and is by deceased Kentucky stallion Dynaformer .

      “It’s a big coup for us,” Ryan said. “He’ll be going to Kentucky to a stud we will name shortly as soon as we’ve signed a few documents but the horse has already been vetted.

      “The owner of the farm is a big fan of Dynaformer. He likes stayers and has 30 mares himself that are suitable for Americain.”

      Six-year-old Americain, who was retired after contesting his third Melbourne Cup earlier this month, is an Australian champion stayer who earned multiple championships in France. He raced in North America, finishing third once from four starts, and was group I stakes-placed in Hong Kong.

      Americian, who is out of French group II winner America (by Arazi), exited racing with a record of 11-4-4 from 34 starts and earnings of $5,780,679.

      Ryan said a decision is also expected in the coming weeks where Americain will stand in Australia for the Southern Hemisphere breeding season.

      Read more on BloodHorse.com: http://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/articles/74607/melbourne-cup-winner-americain-to-stand-in-ky#ixzz2CoDDtZu5

      1. Dear Sign thanks for the info, Ingrid.

        1. Dear Ingrid,

          Can’t wait to see where Americain and Bullet Train end up in the US.
          So glad there are some breeders interested in stayers and great soundness.

          Happy Thanksgiving, Ingrind, hope you have a wonderful day.

    2. Thanks, Kathy. and warm wishes and hugz to you!

    3. Hi Kathy R. and thank you for the warm wishes for our Turkey Day.Sweet of you.

      Sorry you folks must endure the relentless media storm, over the Oliver saga. Slap him up side his head for me and all others involved! Isn’t this the main plot of a Dick Francis novel anyway?
      Tell him…the girls in this sport are taking over and can out ride him anyway! So there.Fool!!!
      I am making pies and side dishes today for my meal. Going back out to play w/ the horses and take them some treats.
      The zipper of my new jacket is now broken….thank you, big ole goof ball, spotted gelding. This horse loves winter jackets,grabs them w/ his mouth and will not let go!He holds you hostage,think he just wants the lovin! I just can’t get mad at him,oh well! Imagine he wants to see me in the Z Fleece.

  11. Dear Z fans, and Z Dumplings,

    Questing had a chip removed from her hind ankle, she will be back to race in 2013.
    Kiran said that was not a factor in her non-racing demeanor in the Ladies Classic.

    http://www.drf.com/news/questing-has-chip-removed-race-2013

    GOOD LUCK TO QUESTING IN HER RECOVERY AND RETURN TO THE TRACK.

    1. Poor baby. Get well, we want to see you back in great form. Questing, you have more to give,girl!

      1. Dear Ann,

        She sure does !!!

  12. dear sign lovely to see photo of snow looking her usual cheeky self looking forward to seeing her back next yearhugs sheena

    1. Dear Sheena,

      Love the story you sent me about snow and her antic’s around the barn.
      Heart attack for sure by the trainer !!!

      Must admit I had to look up “cheeky” and she is so very much that.

      Can’t wait to see her on the track and maybe next year at BC.

  13. dear ann hope you and family (animal and human) have a wonderful thanksgiving good excuse to get a new jacket!! how are moose and goose these days? hugs sheena

    1. Thank you, Sheena. Sending you a special hello today and hope you and yours are well.
      Moose and Goose are getting big and staying very happy out on the beautiful farm.
      i will give them a pat on their heads,from you, next time I see them!
      Back to cooking…..

  14. Happy Thanksgiving to all – and especially you Zenny and your first born! May all your Z family, Barn 55, and Lanes End, have a wonderful turkey day together and spread love upon every heart they meet! ♥ You’ve blessed mine with wondeful Dumpling friends and I am grateful and share their love for me to everyone I meet! Love you all!! ♥♥♥♥♥ Gobble Gobble Gobble

    1. Dear Karen G,

      Wishing you a wonderful Thanksgiving.
      Please let us know when “E” next race will be. If I have enough
      lead time, may be able to come.

      Love, Love, Love your sign for “E”. She is such a princess !!!

  15. Get well, dear Questing! We want you back.

    A very Happy Thanksgiving to all who meet here. We are so fortunate to have found our Z-family. It is one among many treasures in my life. Hugs to all,

    Z. and Baby Z–love you always.

  16. OH! I loves all of them, maybe I get one or two.

    1. Dear Ingrid,

      It is so hard to decide !!!

  17. Happy Thanksgiving to all!!! I am very thankful for the Zsters and this site. Thank you to the Mosses for this lovely clothing line, as usual very classy. Maybe my hubby will see these and surprise me for Christmas, I’ll drop some hints, ha, ha.

    Kisses on noses for Zenny and Earnie and Princess Ebby too. Hugs to all

  18. GO GO GO GO Groupie Doll !!!
    You can make history and beat all those boys in the “Cigar Mile”.

    There must be some strategy stretching out a sprinter for the first
    time. She may be in line for HOY. It is going to be tough this year.

    http://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/articles/74614/groupie-doll-will-test-males-in-cigar-mile

  19. ARC winners 1 and 2 to meet in the Japan Cup, GO GO GO GO “O”, you are home
    and on the outside !!!!

    Solomena’s owners said they did not bring her to the BC because of time between the ARC and BC, $$$$ and the short length of the stretch at SA. There is a very long
    stretch in the Japan Cup.

    http://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/articles/74636/arc-1-2-finishers-entered-in-japan-cup

  20. Dear Peggy N and Z fans,

    A great link to the Japan cup stall positions, talks also about strategy.
    Really like Jakkelberry as a long shot !!! He is such a world traveler and
    sooo very international.

    http://www.racingpost.com/news/horse-racing/japan-local-hero-orfevre-drawn-wide-in-cup-bid/1157430/related/#newsArchiveTabs=last7DaysNews

  21. Love the new line of apparel !!!!
    Thank you Jerry & Ann !!!!!!