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    Sunday Naas: Admiral D (Ardad) for O'Callaghan

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    Pontefract: Mr Professor (Profitable) for Dods and Reelemin (Highland Reel) for Morrison
    Wolverhampton: Dakota Power (Aclaim) for Teal and Resilience (Aclaim) for Kirk

    7 2yo races at Newmarket tomorrow and I'll be there signing autographs

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    Tuesday Gowran Park

    Sunset Shiraz (Time Test) for Cromwell. This was her maiden win but was 3rd in Moyglare.

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    Wednesday:

    3 FSS winners at Newmarket: Canterbury Bell (Ribchester) for Haggas; Wind Your Neck In (Decorated Knight) for Evans; and Lawful Command (Churchill) for Meehan.

    at Kempton: Orzo (Aclaim) for Balding

    Thought Soul Stopper (Postponed) and My Prospero (Iffraaj) looked to have futures

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    Thursday Wolverhampton: Odisseo (Ulysses) for Botti

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    Friday

    Newbury: Zain Nights (Decorated Knight) for Charlton
    Newcastle: Love Interest (Time Test) for O'Meara

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    An across the card double for Ribchester: Flaming Rib (Dascombe) at Doncaster and Gisburn (Hannon) at Newbury.
    Chelmsford: Windseeker (Aclaim) for Hannon.

    Luxembourg (by Camelot) wins the Futurity at Doncaster and is the first 2yo colt winner of a leading race likely to stay the Derby distance. All the other top pattern winners look milers to me.

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    With the season coming to a close, COTAI GLORY appears to have an unassailable lead:

    COAI GLORY 34
    PROFITABLE 28
    ARDAD 26
    CHURCHILL 21
    GALILEO GOLD 20
    CARAVAGGIO 19
    ACLAIM 17
    RIBCHESTER 14
    ULYSSES 13
    TIME TEST 12

    The leading sire of 2-y-o y wins this season (GB & Ireland):

    MEHMAS 47
    KODIAC 43 (can't see him being champ)
    DARK ANGEL 39
    COTAI GLORY 34
    SHOWCASING 31
    Ah! but a man's reach should exceed his grasp......

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    Atomise (Ardad) for Fellowes at Leicester
    Trojan Horse (Ulysses) for Johnston at Redcar

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    Catterick: Manila Scouse (Aclaim) for T Easterby
    Curragh: Dissociate (Almanzor) for Twomey

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    Wild Mountain (Aclaim) for Cole. This sire seems to be doing better in the last month or so.

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    Friday Kempton: Echosmith (Aclaim) for Adrian Keatley. Unless I've missed something that takes Aclaim into 5th, equal with Galileo Gold and above Caravaggio in terms of wins.
    Newmarket: Audience (Almanzor) for Gosdens. An impressive debut.
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    Just saw where Mehmas covered 292 mares this year and Kodiac 239 .
    Tally Ho indeed !

    Reminds me of the story Michael Osborne told of his first trip to USA as Irish National Stud manager.
    When he passed through immigration, upon reading his immigration card the officer on duty said " You are supposed to write your home address there sir, not your occupation !"

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    Wednesday catch up
    Nottingham: Superior Force (Ardad) for Boughey
    Kempton: Rochebrune (Postponed) for Baker and Estadio Mestalla (Galileo Gold) for H Spiller

    Thursday, none as far as I can see

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    Quote Originally Posted by edgt View Post
    Just saw where Mehmas covered 292 mares this year and Kodiac 239 .
    Tally Ho indeed !

    Reminds me of the story Michael Osborne told of his first trip to USA as Irish National Stud manager.
    When he passed through immigration, upon reading his immigration card the officer on duty said " You are supposed to write your home address there sir, not your occupation !"
    Seems ridiculous unless they include Southern Hemisphere matings. He is champion 2nd Crop Sire and Champion 2yo sire for the 2nd time so his performance seems robust.

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    Final Top First Season Sires:

    COTAI GLORY Runs 268 Wins 34
    ARDAD 207 - 28
    PROFITABLE 264 - 28
    GALILEO GOLD 171 - 22
    CHURCHILL 174 - 21
    ACLAIM 212 - 20
    CARAVAGGIO 217 - 19
    RIBCHESTER 136 - 14
    ULYSSES 88 - 14
    TIME TEST 90 - 12


    I intend having a closer look at these sires over the coming weeks.
    Ah! but a man's reach should exceed his grasp......

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    COTAI GLORY

    All runs - 12.4% winners 65.5% returns
    First time out - 5.9% winners 26.8% returns

    DiSTANCE

    5 furlongs runs 102 wins 16 15.7% 101% returns
    6 101 - 13 - 12.9 - 53.1
    7 48 - 4 - 8.3 - 36.1
    8 + 9 16 - 0 - 0 - 0
    10 -11 no runs

    RACE CLASS

    1 + 2 49 - 1 - 2.0 - 6.6
    3 (C) 15 - 2 - 13.3 - 100.0
    4 (D) 62 - 14 - 22.6 - 155.8
    5 (E) 81 - 13 - 16.0 - 59.5
    6 (F & G) 14 - 2 - 14.3 - 57.1

    GOING

    HEAVY no runs
    SOFT 26 -3 - 11.5 - 70.2
    GOOD/SOFT 36 -5 - 13.9 - 50.3
    GOOD 92 - 9 - 9.8 - 37.8
    GOOD/FIRM 66 -10 - 15.2 - 75.0
    FIRM no runs
    A.W. 46 - 6 - 13.0 - 117.9

    GENDER

    MALE (against male & female) 157 - 18 - 11.5 - 64.8
    MALE (in male only races) 12 - 2 - 16.7 - 120.8

    FEMALE (both) 62 - 8 - 12.9 - 59.9
    FEMALE (only) 48 - 7 - 14.6 - 75.0
    Ah! but a man's reach should exceed his grasp......

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    Additional to the post above.

    COTAI GLORY had three offspring with an RPR of 100+. The best of those was ATOMIC FORCE (RPR 109) and an official rating (OR) of 114, he has been gelded. ATOMIC FORCE won the Group 2 Robert Papin over 6f. at Chantilly (running on and going clear).
    Ah! but a man's reach should exceed his grasp......

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    ARDAD

    All runs - Wins 13.4% Return 147.0 % *
    First time out - 16.7 - 403.4 *

    Distance runs- wins - % - returns

    5f. 89 - 19 - 21.3 - 276.6*
    6f. 83 - 8 - 9.6 - 68.0
    7f. 28 - 0 - 0 - 0
    8&9f. 8 - 1 - 12.5 - 56.2
    10&11f. 1 - 0 - 0 - 0

    Race Class

    Class 1(A) & 2(B) 30 - 4 - 13.3 - 135.8
    Class 3(C) 9 - 3 - 33.3 - 121.9
    Class 4(D) 46 - 7 - 15.2 - 51.1
    Class 5(E) 87 - 10 - 11.5 - 234.1*
    Class 6(F&G) 25 - 1 - 4.0 - 68.0

    Going

    Heavy 2 - 1 - 50.0 - 162.5
    Soft 35 - 8 - 22.9 - 84.6
    Good/Soft 30 - 4 - 13.3 - 47.2
    Good 39 - 3 - 7.7 - 412.4*
    Good/Firm 61 - 11 - 18.0 - 134.9
    Firm 5 - 0 - 0 - 0
    A.W. 37 - 1 - 2.7 - 45.9

    Gender

    Male (Both) 96 - 15 - 15.6 - 240.7*
    Male (Only) 7 - 3 - 42.9 - 160.7

    Female (Both) 59 - 4 - 6.8 - 58.2
    Female (Only) 47 - 6 - 12.8 - 64.9

    * Returns greatly affected by a debut win over 5f. at a price of 150/1.


    Three offspring with RPR of 100+. The best of them PERFECT POWER (RPR 115) (OR 115) was the winner of the Middle Park Newmarket 6f. Good/Firm, running on well. He also took the Prix Morny Deauville 6f. Good/Soft, won going away.
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    Ah! but a man's reach should exceed his grasp......

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    PROFITABLE

    All runs Win% 10.9 % Returns 66.2
    First Time Out 8.7 85.1

    Distance

    5f. 87 - 13 - 14.9 - 70.6
    6f. 119 - 11 - 9.2 - 54.1
    7f. 45 - 2 - 4.4 - 33.3
    8&9f. 15 - 3 - 20.0 - 235.0
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    Race Class

    Class 1(A) & 2(B) 25 - 2 - 8.0 - 104.0
    Class 3(C) 8 - 1 - 12.5 - 43.8
    Class 4(D) 83 - 7 - 8.4 - 29.3
    Class 5(E) 81 - 11 -13.6 - 109.3
    Class 6(F&G) 18 - 2 - 11.1 - 47.2

    Going

    Heavy 1 - 1 - 100.0 - 2300.0
    Soft 36 - 4 - 11.1 - 78.9
    Good/Soft 28 - 3 - 10.7 - 53.6
    Good 70 - 7 - 10.0 - 44.0
    Good/Firm 68 - 7 - 10.3 - 70.4
    Firm 3 - 1 - 33.3 - 108.3
    A.W. 60 - 6 - 10.0 - 46.2

    Gender

    Male (Both) 116 - 9 - 7.8 - 48.8
    Male (Only) 10 - 2 - 20.0 - 53.2

    Female (Both) 69 - 8 - 11.6 - 77.2
    Female (only) 71 - 10 - 14.1 - 86.5

    Two offspring with 100 or more RPR (as it happens they are both by the same dam-sire, Marju). The higher rated of the two, QUICK SUZY (RPR 106, OR 108) took the Queen Mary at Royal Ascot (5f. Good to Firm).
    Ah! but a man's reach should exceed his grasp......

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