Monthly Archives: November 2012

Frankel and Big Brown Patterns–Conclusion

A few months ago I commented about Frankel’s pedigree in Questions About Frankel, as well as the pedigree of Big Brown. Big Brown and Frankel are similar in that their pedigrees both feature SLBMSL (sire line-broodmare sire line) inbreeding to Northern … Continue reading

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Incest Is Best???????–Conclusion

The following is the conclusion to a series I started with my original post Incest Is Best??????? In that post and four others that followed I listed all weanlings, yearlings, and two-year-olds sold at public auction in North America in 2003-2007 inclusive … Continue reading

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Frankel and Big Brown Patterns–2006

A few months ago I commented about Frankel’s pedigree in Questions About Frankel, as well as the pedigree of Big Brown. Big Brown and Frankel are similar in that their pedigrees both feature SLBMSL (sire line-broodmare sire line) inbreeding to Northern … Continue reading

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Imcest Is Best—Foals of 2006

The following is a continuation of my original post Incest Is Best??????? In that post I listed all weanlings, yearlings, and two-year-olds sold at public auction in North America in 2005 who were closely inbred. Three following posts did the same for … Continue reading

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Crafty Admiral–1952

Charles Hatton on 1952 champion handicap horse Crafty Admiral from the 1953 American Racing Manual. —————————————————————————————— Handicap racing has become an increasingly important phase of the Thoroughbred sport in this country during the past two decades. It is not prudent … Continue reading

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