Monthly Archives: June 2016

Seattle Slew, Danzig, Blushing Groom

I have been trying to come up with a snappy introduction to today’s topic. Unsuccessfully. So let me just state that I find the broodmare sire of the broodmare sire (P6 in the fourth generation) a fascinating position in pedigrees. … Continue reading

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A Comment Upon “You Learn Something New Every Day”

I received the following comment on my recent post, “You Learn Something New Every Day.” ——————————————————————————————————— David, as you know as well as anyone, genuinely positive proof of inbreeding success has long proven to be highly elusive and scant at … Continue reading

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You Learn Something New Every Day

I received the following comment on my post about racing class of dams from a little over a year ago. “I’m quite convinced on your general refutation (or perhaps debunking) of close inbreeding generally. I do wonder if there is … Continue reading

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