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sageform
01 Jun 11 15:22
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With more racing at this time of year, the Sire table is changing but Kyllachy has established a big lead. Cape Cross and Pivotal, 2 past winners of the highest UK total are starting to get going after slow starts.

Kyllachy  44
Bahamian Bounty  33
Acclamation 32
Piccolo 32
Exceed and Excel 31
Bertolini  28
Oasis Dream  28
Danehill Dancer 27
Cape Cross 26
Compton Place 26
Dansili  26
Royal Applause 25
Pivotal 24

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By:
sageform
When: 07 Jun 11 14:35
Willbeme (Redcar 2.30) at 22/1 becomes the 50th UK flat winner for Kyllachy in 2011. Even a fan like me didn't back that one.
By:
sageform
When: 17 Jun 11 20:30
Kyllachy a bit quiet this week but Acclamation, Exceed and Excel, Oasis Dream (2), Cape Cross (3) and Pivotal have all produced Royal Ascot winners.
By:
Pistol_Packer
When: 17 Jun 11 21:39
Acclamation getting loads of 2yo winners from that post champion first season sire crop and Lilbourne Lad looks smart, Aga Khan had a 2yo winner in France today by Acclamation (Lidaro), looks a stallion on the up
By:
potentialmillionaire
When: 17 Jun 11 22:39
Sageform, which of us is having a senior moment?

Acclamation, a winner at Royal Ascot?

Blush
By:
Pistol_Packer
When: 17 Jun 11 23:05
Maybe sageform knows something about Hitchens in the Golden Jubilee tomorrow [;)]
By:
sageform
When: 18 Jun 11 08:49
My senior moment I'm afraid. A winner at Thirsk on Tuesday got stuck in my brain. Acclamation is still having a good season and is now second in my sire table.
By:
rhinestone
When: 18 Jun 11 18:46
sageform, you sound like you will know.

Are there any stats on Cape Cross hurdlers?
By:
sageform
When: 19 Jun 11 12:11
Plenty if you are happy to include Irish racing-just look at Racing Post, Bloodstock, stallion book. He had 8 wins from 32 runners last season.
By:
sageform
When: 21 Jun 11 15:06
Just a few comparisons of second season sires that may be of interest. As usual figures are for UK flat winners in 2011 to date but in brackets are first season totals for all of 2010.

Ad Valorum 9 (6)
Aussie Rules 13 (6)
Diamond Green 6 (11)
Holy Roamn Emperor 17 (20)
Hurricane Run 14 (10)
Iceman 22 (13)
Ifraaj 20 (33)
Kodiak 14 (26)
Proclamation 8 (16)
Sleeping Indian 11 (17)

Iceman is therefore the leading second season sire numerically.
By:
sageform
When: 22 Jun 11 19:07
Very satisfying outcome to the 4.55 at Salisbury today when Dead Cool by Kyllachy out of the lovely mare Dead Certain won cosily again. I know the connections and they have bred some nice horses from the mare. Salisbury is their local course and I look forward to her running there again soon.
By:
yer ma
When: 22 Jun 11 22:51
Nice work re. 2nd season sire Sageform - not readily available.  I had assumed I was just relying on my Virtual's looks (hes a monster) to sell but maybe his 3/4 bros not as bad as seemed.  Strange profile mind - some need a trip and time, some (Fred Eng) very fast.
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