Sires of winners
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Sires of winners the stallion side of breeding and racingr

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Published by Batchworth P .
Written in English

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Statementedited by Richard C. Templer. 2, L (Loretto) - Z (Zalophus).
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Open LibraryOL18207600M

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A book that does not look new and has been read but is in excellent condition. No obvious damage to the cover, with the dust jacket (if applicable) included for hard covers. C. Sires section alphabetical listing of stakes-winner sires by alphabetical name of sire, as in section 2 the names of winners are listed under the sire (in 2. the dam Seller Rating: % positive. rows  TDN Sire Lists are the most accurate in the business, allowing you to include or declude .   The son of Super Saver 's first book of dams include 34% who won at 2 (the highest among our 10 sires to watch) and his dams have produced 27% 2-year-old winners . Leading Sires in GB/Ireland, France and Europe - by winners, prize money and Black Type Winners. Leading Sires in GB/Ireland, France and Europe - by winners, prize money and Black Type Winners. The Book Leading Sires. Click on a stallion in any of the leading sire tables to see their entry on the website, only advertised stallions have a.

rows    Exported sires are excluded. Listed below are all available Northern . The sire of over stakes winners, Pivotal has sired 22 G1 winners – including eight classic winners. Pivotal’s progeny have excelled over a range of distances, and he has done very well in one of Britain’s top one mile races, the Lockinge Stakes. This race has been won three times, including in , by sons or daughters of the stallion. Breednet has all of the sire table information covering Australian racing including classification for General Sires, First Season, Second Season, Two Year Olds, Three Year Olds and Broodmares. Statistics include runners, winners, stakes winners and prizemoney data. The list below shows the leading sire of Thoroughbred racehorses in North America for each year since This is determined by the amount of prize money won by the sire's progeny during the year. It is restricted to stallions which are based in North America, but currently includes earnings from overseas races in Great Britain, Ireland, France, Italy, Germany and the United Arab Emirates as.

  Seattle Slew stood 16 hands high and had an even temperament. The dark bay, almost black stallion was the best sire of sires of all the Triple Crown winners. His offspring include Kentucky Derby/Belmont Stakes winner Swale and Belmont Stakes winner A.P. Indy, who, like his sire, became an international sire sensation in his own right. Sadler's Wells (11 April – 26 April ) was a thoroughbred racehorse who was bred in the United States but raced in Europe, winning the Irish 2, Guineas, Eclipse Stakes and Phoenix Champion also finished second in the Prix du Jockey Club and the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth was named the champion miler in France, and was rated sixth overall in the. The Future – As a sire he continues to provide his followers with numerous winners and a strike rate of last season and this combined of 11% but a level stakes loss so be wary. Picking one of his numerous offspring wasn’t easy but bumper winner Northern Soul looks one to consider and seems sure to be even better when stepped up in trip and.   Night of Thunder, a first crop sire sensation in Europe has two winners, led by Gr.3 winner A Beautiful Night, while Gr.2 winner Spill The Beans (Snitzel-Miss Dodwell by Falbrav (IRE)), who stood at Aquis and covered mares this season before his death on November 1, has four winners including Cosmic Gossip and Java Sparrow and leads the.