All blog posts tagged "2-Year-Olds"

Whywhywhy Out From Under the Radar

One of the best juveniles of his crop, Whywhywhy (Mr. Greeley--Thorough Fair, by Quiet American), made a promising start to his stud career. He ended 2007 as a top-six freshman sire, and was represented... Read More

Bernstein Bouncing Back

Storm Cat's well-bred son Bernstein made a very good start to his career. From a first crop sired when he stood at Doug Arnold's Buckpond Farm, Bernstein was represented by just 37 foals, of which 32 have... Read More

Northerns Are Fleet

We happened to be studying a Saint Ballado mare the other day for a client, and noticed that to date, the only two graded stakes winners out of mares by that stallion are Saint Afleet (TrueNicks A ), who... Read More

Pulpit Preaching Precocity

Given that he never raced at 2, Pulpit would seem to be an unlikely influence for precocity, but we are noting that seems to be a trait associated with his stallion sons. A few weeks ago, we mentioned... Read More

Fitz Fits

Back in late March, I wrote a couple of posts ( March 28 and March 29 ) in which I expressed interest in the Buck Pond Farm stallion Seattle Fitz (ARG). For those of you who agreed (or already shared that... Read More

100-Yard Dash for Weanlings

Breeding and raising Thoroughbreds requires such a large financial outlay that the industry has focused on ways to earn a quick return on investment - resulting in March 2-year-old races at some tracks... Read More

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