By Sid Fernando Horses like Curlin and Street Sense have been getting the lion’s share of attention recently for their successes with Bernardini mares, and results from this past weekend only reinforced this notion. Now four, Maxfield (Street Sense from Velvety, by Bernardini), a 2-year-old Grade 1 winner, won the G3 Mineshaft at Fair Grounds … Continue reading Liam’s Map’s success with Bernardini mares
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 I’ve been saying for several years now that Danzig is the most influential sire line worldwide, because of Danehill’s influence in both Europe and Australia and Green Desert’s influence in Europe. Danehill, of course, has become the most dominant sire line in Australia since Sir Tristram. Lately, the Green Desert branch of … Continue reading The Danzig Dynasty