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Ibrahima Sonko
04 Oct 14 10:51
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Im a rookie re breeding but how has this horse become a stallion ?

ok he won a group 1 but he is clearly a group 3 horse..
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Report victors October 4, 2014 4:01 PM BST
the ads will read something like 'tough, consistent, precocious by one of the hottest young sires in Europe. At two he was a listed winner , at three he won a classic trial and was a group 2 winner of the Lennox stakes at four he defeated a high class field to win the Prix Maurice de Gheest. His sire Dutch Art has rapidly established himself among the elite of Europe's young stallions and he comes from a fine Cheveley Park family'. He mightn't be everyone's cup of tea but they will probably look for c.£6000
Report potentialmillionaire October 6, 2014 3:21 PM BST
A no show in the Foret then. Well knock me down with a feather.
Treve managed to put up a useful performance on the ground despite being not 100% and supposedly a mud lark.

An ordinary horse as you say Ibrahima. Unfortunately for the breed in general an ordinary horse by a trendy sire with a sprint profile will go to stud now and a top class one with a beautiful pedigree may not if he has made the mistake of staying more than a mile and a quarter.

Dark Angel and Showcasing to name but two, mean that this phenomenem isn't going anywhere soon.
Report Ibrahima Sonko October 6, 2014 5:52 PM BST
thanks for the replies.
Report sageform October 7, 2014 7:55 AM BST
Not all stallions are Group 1 winners!
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