Spotting dominant strains are pointers to speculate the ‘purer’ pedigree.
The Female tables as ‘Strains’ are not only means of identification but a view to the strong network as support within compounds of pedigree.
Sourcing horse and pedigree like so, simplifies the key-strength and how they infuse to impress the nick especially so by broodmare over broodmare back-lines.
Consistently and importantly female-strains complement co-relationship families, and by our TBL ‘book’ are usually configuring ‘same’ by many pedigree comparisons.
Many, many researchers go by stallion by stallion aka ‘name’ adoption/recognition as the guiding factor influencing bloodlines. Indeed yes/true – it is however not near enough & to go scounting the 4th generation backline/beyond has the ‘crunch’.
In TBL’s backyard (New Zealand) we’ve being long sold on the European Godolphin bred stallion Iffraaj as the man. Now standing at Haunui Farm (N.Z.) – a champ sire of 2YO’s his progeny credentials are increasingly attractive.
Gingernuts – 2017 NZ Derby & Rosehill Guineas winner.
Jon Snow – 2017 ATC Australian Derby winner
Turn Me Loose – Australian G1 winner, NZ Sprinter & Middle Distance Horse of the Year.
Xiong Feng – 2016 Karaka million winner
Wyndspelle – G1 Diamond Stakes runner up
Ribchester – Europes leading 3YO colts
Scanning pedigrees through our TBL analysing techniques we see Iffraaj carrying the infinite genetic affinities that claim the proweress to essentially arrive, as Raise A Native, The Ministrel, Nijinsky and also akin to Blue Larkspur.
Such strains are always in proximity to O/Reilly/ Last Tycoon, Mr Prospector. Darshaan, Seattle Slew.
But, that is not all,,,,,
The ebb’s & flow’s of genetic tides are ‘importing’ the broodmare strengths where appropriated to herself, almost suggesting the family within family stays.
Northern Dancer sire Nearctic reigning through Sadlers Wells/ High Chapparral remoulds the classic racing type.
How a stallion pedigree weaves, threads softly but distinctly should invigorate and further Impress the breeding purposes.