International Thoroughbred breeding

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Americans Abroad

Animal Kingdom left Royal Ascot without the historic win he sought, but his mere presence was somewhat out of the ordinary for American-based runners. Avalyn Hunter reviews the phenomenon of U.S. horses competing abroad.... Read More

Australia Sends Shuttle Stallions North

For years Australian Thoroughbred breeders have welcomed European and American stallions as shuttlers. Recently Lonhro, Choisir, and now Redoute's Choice have returned the visits--and Northern Hemisphere breeding is better for it.... Read More

Significance of Royal Ascot

(By Avalyn Hunter) This year's Royal Ascot meeting saw two coronations. One was that of Frankel as possibly the best miler Europe has ever seen--rarefied air indeed when one considers the likes of Brigadier Gerard, Miesque, and Goldikova. The other was that of Black Caviar as not only the world's best sprinter but as a champion whose heart matches her stunning talent, overcoming both injury and an... Read More

Cape Blanco--The European Invader

As the Irish-bred victor of Belmont's Man o'War Stakes prepares for the Arlington Million as part of his American race campaign, MarketWatch intern Lizz Kunz argues that Cape Blanco is the perfect stallion prospect--for Kentucky.... Read More

Animal Kingdom's International Pedigree

Animal Kingdom offers a gleam of hope that new bloodlines can be incorporated into the American breeding industry with success. Plus, download a FREE special report on the recent history of South American sires in North America.... Read More

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