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We represent our clients at all the major sales in North America and Europe.
Yearling and 2 yr old sales:
We biomechanically measure and evaluate yearlings and 2 yr olds, and generate a grade report for each horse that identifies soundness ( the potential number of lifetime starts capability), preferred track surface, mechanical distance and range, optimum racing weight and racing class. We identify the horses that have the mechanical ability to be an elite performer.
Breeding stock sales:
We identify broodmares who will make prime breeding stock for producing an elite racehorse. We perform a 15 point biomechanical evaluation of the broodmare to ascertain her general combining ability or her probability of reproducing champion-like traits. We also run a GDT on each prospect to see if her family has the consistency necessary to reproduce predictably.
We have a Multi-step Mating system that enhances standard pedigree matings by using sophisticated computer programs that identify and select biomechanically compatible individuals.
By performing a 15 point bio-mechanical analysis, we can ascertain a stallion's general combining ability. These measurements reveal whether he will cross well with a large portion of the broodmare population, thus having a greater probability of success. By breeding these stallions to mares with similar positive characteristics, the likelihood of producing stakes winners increases significantly. We also run a GDT to determine consistency in the immediate family.
Sires Progeny Analysis
Our database contains over 5,000 stallions. By measuring their offspring year after year, we can determine which stallions are the most successful with our SIRE STATS REPORT, which identifies the percentage of A+ and A+ to B+ foals, average offspring conformation, and the percentage of stakes horses a stallion produces. Before a stallion’s progeny hit the racetrack, we know if they have the biomechanical requisites necessary to be top racehorses. This gives our clients the advantage of purchasing shares or seasons of a sire while his price is still low.