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Big Black Cat
08 Nov 16 21:50
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Off to stand at Taylor Made farms with a fee of $40K after his last race in January.

A conglomerate has been set up to by mares for him to cover.

Thoughts?
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Report brain dead jockeys November 8, 2016 10:06 PM GMT
amazing 2016 on the track for him. after 2015 he would have stood for very little.
Report neill d November 8, 2016 10:24 PM GMT
Doing it all on race record. A no-hoper I'd have said.
Report randomtwat November 12, 2016 2:00 PM GMT
He far more value than 90% of latest bunch to heaad off to stud. At least with him you've gotten proof he trains on and been a pretty sound horse
for the most of his career to have with stood all the racing he done.

A lot will shun him because the whole human physiology within the big breeders world is speed speed speed. I'm really seeing his off spring being more
for the 3 year old career before they begin to for fill any of the potenial installed into them by chrome he matured with age brillaintly.

I think what he did manage to achieve in his 3 year old career was a huge bonus he was still quite light framed for an horse of his size then.

End of the day it will all come down to what type of mares they will purchase for him, Be really interesting to see what percantage of british bloodlines
are matched with him as well.
Report Johnny_Mustang November 12, 2016 8:40 PM GMT
Shocking pedigree and breeders won't be seduced by racetrack performance alone.
Report randomtwat November 12, 2016 10:12 PM GMT
Well this is the issue every pedigree begins from somewhere with bad, bloodlines think a lot of us can count on
one hand how many over rated blue blooded pedigrees have way under performed at stud.

The who physiology behind a lot of today thinking has been polluted by the need for speed and even more speed, it's
a sorry state of affairs this has really even occured because of the biggest breeders in the industry sparked this
trend.

One could say there always an rough diamond waiting to happened in any pedigree it's just having bit of imagination to
believe you're right to stand firm on the belief in the resreach under taken before taking the final step and
sending any mare off for covering by the stallion who might not be everyone cup of tea!
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