Recent Winners

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Bob Black Jack Stuns

Even though the race took place at the "Santa Anita speedway," Bob Black Jack's Sunshine Millions Dash splits of :20.92 and :42.46, which led to a final time of 1:06.53-the quickest ever run on a track... Read More

It's a Family Affair

The 6-year-old Giant’s Causeway horse Angliana, who captured his first stakes with a win in last week's Aqueduct Handicap, has a very clever pedigree pattern. Out of the graded stakes winning Jade Hunter... Read More

Nothing to Repent Of

By Louis Quatorze - a horse very capable of getting a top-class runner, but not the most consistent stallion in the world - out of a South American mare, Repent ( TrueNicks , SRO ) was somewhat difficult... Read More

Awesome Improvement

One nick that made a considerable advance at the weekend was that of Awesome Again ( TrueNicks , SRO ) with mares by Seattle Slew and his sons. The broad Deputy Minister/Seattle Slew cross has proved to... Read More

Bring on the Slipper

While the Golden Slipper Stakes (Aus-I) might not mean much to the average North American Thoroughbred breeder, with its AUS$3.5 million purse-which is just on US$3 million today-it is in fact the world... Read More

Leaving a Legacy

The successful return of likely 2-year-old champion filly Indian Blessing in the Santa Ynez Stakes (gr. II) at the weekend was a pleasing one for me, having had a very small part in her story. Back in... Read More

Mr. Greeley's a Hit with Storm Cat Mares

A nick showing great promise that has only emerged very recently is that of Mr. Greeley with Storm Cat-line mares. This is a version of the Gone West/Storm Cat cross that produced champion sprinter Speightstown... Read More

International Appeal

One of the strengths of the TrueNicks rating system is its ability to operate in what is an increasingly international Thoroughbred world. With stallions and mares travelling throughout the world it is... Read More

World Wide Class

View Report Keen pedigree observers note that the same patterns often work the world over. This is frequently revealed when running the TrueNicks page on a horse, a report which gives–in addition to a... Read More

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