Undervalued Sires in 2011

MarketWatch Undervalued Thoroughbred Sires 2010Last year, Alan, Tom Hall, and I (Scot Gillies) shook up the format of our annual "Undervalued Sires" feature to include stallions that offer noteworthy value to commercial breeders and breed-to-race operations in addition to studs that look to offer value at the Keeneland September yearling sale.

As the 2011 edition is now approaching, I'd like to ask our readers again to be part of the process. Which stallions do you believe are undervalued in today's market?

Here's last year's Undervalued Sires feature -it's a free PDF download for our blog followers. Read it and then tell us who you think needs to be included on this year's list. Convince us, and we just might include your stallions in the August feature!

Watch for the Undervalued Sires story in the August issue of MarketWatch. (Not a subscriber?  Learn why you should be!)

We're looking forward to your comments (below).


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Alexandra Boyd

I think Nobiz like Shobiz is an undervalued sire. With a race like his. And a nice pedigree I think he should be more than $2,500. I would have him more around $5,000-$10,000.  But then again it's nice for breeders to get a quality stallion for a cheap price.

28 Jul 2011 9:24 AM
Jeanne Cutrona

I happen to think that Indigo Shiner is very undervalued.  He is

the only horse in modern Argentine

history to produce both a Derby and

Oaks winner the same year.  I had a

gorgeous colt by him last year. He

is also a Group producer and a graded winner himself.

29 Jul 2011 6:51 AM

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