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Duelled mare looking for a Danehill free stallion

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This horse is one of the BEST in Australia at the moment.  

Double Danehill does not scare me.

When planning a mating I would try and involve the 1st dam, the 2nd dam the 3rd dam and so on.

And always ask the question  ....where do the line breeding patterns  sit in the sire...?

 

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On 2/25/2018 at 10:20 PM, Swynford said:

This horse is one of the BEST in Australia at the moment.  

Double Danehill does not scare me.

When planning a mating I would try and involve the 1st dam, the 2nd dam the 3rd dam and so on.

And always ask the question  ....where do the line breeding patterns  sit in the sire...?

 

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Swynford can you put up Asterns pedigree?

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On 2/25/2018 at 5:20 PM, Swynford said:

This horse is one of the BEST in Australia at the moment.  

Double Danehill does not scare me.

When planning a mating I would try and involve the 1st dam, the 2nd dam the 3rd dam and so on.

And always ask the question  ....where do the line breeding patterns  sit in the sire...?

 

alizee.png

If I'm not mistaken, this is the way to line breed to Danehill? I think the issue is when Danehill is both on the top lines? I dont have the data on me to back me up. 

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This is a very smart horse in England.   Both stallion and mare from the Danehill sire line, by itself it wouldn't interest me.  But this is quite different and some of the reasons why I don't take too much notice of the double Danehill stats.

There is a lot going on here and I believe in this case it is a plus.  

 

 

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On 25/02/2018 at 10:20 PM, Swynford said:

This horse is one of the BEST in Australia at the moment.  

Double Danehill does not scare me.

When planning a mating I would try and involve the 1st dam, the 2nd dam the 3rd dam and so on.

And always ask the question  ....where do the line breeding patterns  sit in the sire...?

 

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Now a dual Group One winner

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