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post #21 of 93 Old 04-22-2011, 02:22 PM
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Following on from what TC mentioned, the grey horse in my avatar was sired by one of Australia's top race horse sires in the early nineties (Rancho Ruler) and out of an English bred mare (Heavenly Steps). Stud fee of $200,000 thank you very much.

11 starts for seven lasts, no one was better at bringing the rear of the field home than her. The racing industry is hard, no matter how hard you try to improve your odds with good breeding.

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post #22 of 93 Old 04-22-2011, 02:23 PM Thread Starter
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OK, I thought you were wanting to get into the mainstream racing industry but from your racing pic it looks like more of a country meet? Not bashing, it's just that you are clearly not in a racing pad or riding in a way that will get the best possible speed out of her.

My question regarding your experience really was related to the mainstream racing industry.


bahahaha ya my pic sucks. im so tall i cant bend over very well and i sometimes forget to. but in my future life id like to get into the real stuff. i wanna go to kentucky derby next year
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Here's a link to her pedigree on Pedigree Query:

http://www.pedigreequery.com/queen+dancer4

Her dosage profile is 22, her DI is 4.50 and her CD is 1.00. That means that she has 4 1/2 times more speed in her pedigree than she does distance - thats why she is probably doing well at barrels for you

The DP of 22 is *average* especially when you compare it to the DP of 56 of Fusaichi Pegasus.

The fact she is unraced is a HUGE strike against her as well.

dude thank you so much. you have been very helpful just from this one post. how did you find that. thats very cool. i think i found me a new best friend. thanks for helping me
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post #24 of 93 Old 04-22-2011, 02:28 PM
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bahahaha ya my pic sucks. im so tall i cant bend over very well and i sometimes forget to. but in my future life id like to get into the real stuff. i wanna go to kentucky derby next year
Ha ha, again not bashing but I presume you mean as a spectator

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i put the ad up about the stud im looking at
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post #26 of 93 Old 04-22-2011, 02:32 PM
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Where?

Horses are scared of two things... Things that move and things that don't.
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post #28 of 93 Old 04-22-2011, 02:38 PM
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May I ask why he has caught your eye? His race record is less than stellar and the fact that they are advertising him as a stud for 'all aspects of the equine industry' is less than encouraging.

$1.00 stud fee is interesting also!!

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Has he won anything?

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yes. look at his pedigree, and read the whole had as in his pedigree winnings close to him. and the only reason stud fee says 1.00 is so that they can get people to call thats how utah always works
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