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3 Arabian foals born at Cal Poly Pomona continue nearly 100-year legacy

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin logo Inland Valley Daily Bulletin 1/27/2023 Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, Calif.

Jan. 26—W.K. Kellogg would be overjoyed at the news that he'd have been a proud father this week.

Three Arabian foals were born in the past week at Cal Poly Pomona — and four more are expected in the next week.

The late cereal magnate was passionate about the Arabian horse breed, one of the oldest breeds and one known for its grace, beauty, intelligence and endurance.

The W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Center was established in 1925 by Kellogg to begin a breeding program at his winter home in Pomona. In 1932, Kellogg donated the land to the state of California but required that the breeding program and Sunday horse shows be maintained.

The horse center is a resource for Cal Poly Pomona students that offers learning opportunities for students of all majors.


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