A Nick Above the Norm
Written by Byron Rogers | Apr 24, 2009 |
It is quite common in Thoroughbred breeding to see the success of one sire
or sire line ride off the back of the success of a nick or in particular the
presence of a stallion in a genetic population.
There seems to be, at least in Europe, a strong genetic tie between the
former stablemates Danehill and Sadler’s Wells with the most recent example
being the surprise Sandown Derby Trial (gr. III) winner Above Average.
Read about the nick and view the TrueNicks report pages on the Pedigree Consultants site: An Above-Average Nick.
(Pedigree Consultants is an independent service operated by TrueNicks principals Alan Porter and Byron Rogers. The company is not affiliated with TrueNicks partners Blood-Horse Publications or The Jockey Club.)
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