Monthly Archives: September 2013

All Five Aptitudinal Groups

The heart of dosage theory is that a “balanced” pedigree is better than an “unbalanced” pedigree. Any by “balanced” they mean a pedigree that has a good mixture of speed and stamina (not all speed or all stamina). That all … Continue reading

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All Sales Foals of 2003-2007 With a CD of 0.00

Listed below are all sales foals of 2003-2007 with a CD of 0.00 (zero). Listed for each foal is its name, pedigree, sales info, dosage profile (DP), and a brief annotation as to its racing class (the five stakes winners … Continue reading

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The Wringer of Reality

Dosage “gurus” are not very forthright. They rarely come right out and say what they mean. You have to do a lot of reading between the lines. Perhaps this has resulted in some misinterpretations, but that is to be expected … Continue reading

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Dosage Total Points of Best Stakes Winners

6—Benny the Bull (3,953 Performance Points), Adieu (2,008). 8—Henny Hughes (2,525), Capt. Candyman Can (2,192). 10—Bear Now (2,254), Spaghetti Mouse (2,159). 12—Kodiak Kowboy (4,063), Macho Again (2,926), River’s Prayer (2,222), Dancing in Silks (2,200). 14—Afleet Alex (4,666), Round Pond (3,399), … Continue reading

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Dosage Total Points

All three major sources of pedigree information carry dosage numbers on individual racehorses. That in itself is an indication that most people consider dosage a breeding theory (rightly or wrongly). If dosage is NOT a breeding theory but only a … Continue reading

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Live and Let Live

“Originated as a breeding theory, Dosage could be described more accurately as a pedigree classification technique in its latest form.” “As stated at the outset, contemporary Dosage is simply a pedigree classification technique. It is not, as some have claimed, … Continue reading

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