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ya this has only started to happen in the last month or so

Think the max stud fee should be set to 500,000

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Either the cost needs to come down relative to real life, (Fastnet Rock was about $195000AUD per cover) or the stats for stud horses need to be shown to determine whether its worth paying such amount or whether your paying overs for studs that couldnt produce a 3 legged donkey.


Also I have a quick question regarding breeding. I had a yearling in my barn who was 100 rated for speed. When he came to my stable as a 2yo his speed rating reduced to 77.5. Is this a normal occurance or is this a bug ?? His Sire was rated 67.5 but his dam was rated 100.


Wed May 15, 2019 7:34 am
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sounds like a bug never noticed that before

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It happens to me quite a bit. I’ve noticed that it sometimes goes back up during the two year old season, or when the horse turns 3.

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Never had a horse like this bolts to the front at the start of races
and goes well clear he dies in the final furlong (Over 5 furlongs)
but might be worth breeding to because he does it every single time.

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pjrhodes1970 wrote:
Never had a horse like this bolts to the front at the start of races
and goes well clear he dies in the final furlong (Over 5 furlongs)
but might be worth breeding to because he does it every single time.

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Hi.

What are the horses bars like ?

I’ve started to have a good go at breeding and I’m actually quite proud of my self. Bred a 100% horse from a 90% mare and stallions that didn’t have 100% potential. Don’t know how that works but I’ve managed it.

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He's a homebred from several gens but the only horse that i have had run like this
in trials i dont give my jockeys instructions when exporting so he is just a freakish
trailblazer well for 4 furlongs he'd make a class pacemaker :lol:

being a homebred his bars are strong

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Yasmin Stott wrote:
It happens to me quite a bit. I’ve noticed that it sometimes goes back up during the two year old season, or when the horse turns 3.

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Happens for me too. Notice it in majority of my 2yo horses. Also that the CB goes from A at 1yo to B at 2yo and back to A again at 3yo, though this is for every horse.


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Yasmin Stott wrote:
Bred a 100% horse from a 90% mare and stallions that didn’t have 100% potential. Don’t know how that works but I’ve managed it.

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Good going! That is something I'd really like to know and have asked the question before in the hope that Mark would give some insight. Basically could it be that some stats are capable of being kept in linage but just skip through the generations??? I'd like to think it can happen.


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Yasmin Stott wrote:
Bred a 100% horse from a 90% mare and stallions that didn’t have 100% potential. Don’t know how that works but I’ve managed it.

Yasmin


Good going! That is something I'd really like to know and have asked the question before in the hope that Mark would give some insight. Basically could it be that some stats are capable of being kept in linage but just skip through the generations??? I'd like to think it can happen.



Hi,

I think there is a hidden genetics bar, and that determines how good offspring are. When I bred the stallion and mare together the bars where 90% potential. The Stallion was a AI. Don’t know wether that had anything to do with it. I was expecting a 90% horse not one that developed at the age of 5 into a 100% horse.

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My best yet he's is over the top now and retired ran green on both his debut and second
start sadly never got to 50 but still a wonder horse

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pjrhodes1970 wrote:
My best yet he's is over the top now and retired ran green on both his debut and second
start sadly never got to 50 but still a wonder horse



Most I've had so far is 28. Did it ever reach 140? I'm yet to get a sprinter over about 132. Most 10f+ horses I can get to 140.

What kind of times has it run (past performances)?


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ikem007 wrote:
pjrhodes1970 wrote:
My best yet he's is over the top now and retired ran green on both his debut and second
start sadly never got to 50 but still a wonder horse



Most I've had so far is 28. Did it ever reach 140? I'm yet to get a sprinter over about 132. Most 10f+ horses I can get to 140.

What kind of times has it run (past performances)?



Broke course records wherever he went never really quick over 5
I only ran him a handful of times over 5 but that was not his trip fast over 6

Just added some of his times below

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My best so far, making headway slowly.

3yo Pocket Aces 6 G1s so far, Golden Slipper, Sires Produce, 2000 Guineas, Derby, German Derby and St Leger.

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Best I've managed: 60 G1 wins, retired after her 6th year season for breeding. Used StartIt though, so might be a little bit of a cheat because there's many more G1 opportunities. Even though her breeding indicator was 6f she ran best at a mile.

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