By Jack Werk As we get ready for the upcoming breeding season, I will periodically highlight some of best of the new young prospects entering stud in 2010. Today, the featured stallion is Taylor Made Stallions’ Old Fashioned. Old Fashioned (2006 Gr. c by Unbridled’s Song – Collect Call, by Meadowlake). 6 starts, 4 wins, … Continue reading Breeding the Old Fashioned Way!
By Jack Werk Well, I’m back in the office after a week in Kentucky at the sales and I’m ready to write again! Scanning through the stakes results this weekend, I noticed that Repent had two stakes winners, which is timely for him because it was just announced last week that the son of Louis … Continue reading Time for NY Breeders to Repent!
By Jack Werk If you haven’t seen it yet, I recommend that you read the eMatings “Stallion of the Week” column each week at eMatings.com. It’s usually out each Monday night from now to the end of the Northern Hemisphere breeding season. Click here to read this week’s, which is on Darley’s sensational Street Cry, … Continue reading The Cry Heard ‘Round the World!
By Jack Werk In the stock market, there’s the saying, “No risk, no reward.” The riskiest year to breed to a stallion is during his fourth year at stud, when his first crop is 2 and at the races. This is an obviously “dangerous” strategy, because if the stallion doesn’t take off, you are stuck … Continue reading The Hennessy Factor