All blog posts tagged "Mares"

Is This a Broodmare, Take II

The best way to learn almost anything is by using examples and discussing the topic with others who are knowledgeable and who might have a different perspective. When deciding the merit of a mare as a... Read More

The Rest of Their Lives

There's no question that there are some unpleasant aspects of the Thoroughbred world. Breakdowns and drugs are getting headlines these days (and let's hope that the attention results in some positive changes... Read More

A Perfect Show

With the Australian racing season winding to a close, the final stakes race of the winter was run at Eagle Farm last Saturday with the Glenlogan Park-owned mare Perfect Feeling claiming the listed Tattersalls... Read More

Eating for Two

It's mid-July. Your broodmares have been in foal for anywhere between one and five months. So... what are you feeding them? Talk to a dozen farm managers and you'll get a dozen different responses. Is... Read More

Giant's Riches

Yesterday brought the news that champion 3-year-old filly Rags to Riches was to be retired and bred to Giant's Causeway. The match of the history-making Belmont Stakes (gr. I) heroine with Storm Cat's... Read More

Ashado Booked to Street Cry

Darley announced this week that two-time champion Ashado, whose $9-million price at Keeneland's November sale in 2005 was then a record for a broodmare or broodmare prospect sold at public auction, will... Read More

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