I'll Get Along
(foaled 1992 in Kentucky
) is a Thoroughbred Filly racehorse
. She was selected and purchased for Roy and Patricia Chapman by trainer Bob Camac
for $40,000 at the 1993 Keeneland September yearling sale
Trained by Camac, I'll Get along was a stakes winner of $276,969, but is best known as a broodmare through her mating to Elusive Quality that produced Smarty Jones, the 2004 Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes winner who was voted American Champion Three-Year-Old Male Horse honors.
In 2004, I'll Get Along was sold for $5,000,000 to Gaines-Gentry Thoroughbreds, then in foal with an Elusive Quality filly. At Coolmore Stud in Ireland, she was bred to Champion sire, Sadler's Wells.
- Be Happy My Love (PA), 1999 filly by Formal Gold;
- Smarty Jones (PA), 2001 colt by Elusive Quality;
- Sippin' Bourbon (FL), 2003 colt by Hennessy - shipped to Australia;
- Speedy Jones (FL), 2004 colt by Orientate;
- Exclusive Moment (KY), 2005 colt by Proud Citizen;
- unnamed (IRE), 2005 filly by Elusive Quality.