IMO test… TBL evaluated genotype pedigrees of best 2 year old’s entered to Australia’s richest juvenile race: the 2019 Golden Slipper stakes. https://www.racenet.com.au/golden-slipper.
From the field of 16, TBL evaluated each pedigree ranging A++ to B.
Assigned to colt Yes Yes Yes A++, by Rubick (AUS) from Sin Sin Sin (AUS) ex- Fanstastic Light (USA)
A+++, to the filly Kiamichi (Sidestep (AUS) from Ouachita (AUS) by Canny Lad (AUS).
Kiamichi won with aplomb. I can excuse Yes Yes Yes for the barrier draw!
In a nutshell, classic trait bearing individuals throw-back to the 1 specific individual: its distinctive to the maternal tap-roots, far-depths of pedigree.
Once again, the aha ‘Sundridge’ connection was enough tho’ I wonder at times could I provide more sci-data to doubting Joe.
I can’t unless you come visiting…..but if Joe won’t comprehend how key strains equip the traits, pass on to the individuals then Joe you’re elsewhere, ’cause all quality is about those seeded principles.
Let’s remember…..Winx the individual, has graced us mere mortals with much. Her genotype pedigree with soooooo much detail….
The importance is @ genotype roads the phenotype structural.
Her classic thoroughbred air, balanced with the gait and action, rhythm, tempo which enables her supreme capabilities to win with ease.
And that is where supreme champions have edge and the key point of difference.
Why? Why? Why?
Circle back to the traits, (evolution of speed) the pedigree ‘connects’ matri-lineal descendants as genetic patterns.
View these photos TO the classic-frame thoroughbred, the muscle, the shoulders and the legs, particularly forearm.
“Sundridge proved to be one of the greatest bargains of all time” – Charles Morton
high-class sprinter-milers at Group 1 – Star Kingdom inbred to Sunstar, son of Sundridge. i.e. Kiamichi dam, (Ouachita) her sire Canny Lad →Biscay→→ Star Kingdom
And so it is folks, why Kiamichi had it won.
Cheers for now,