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Re: Bolo

Postby Starine » Sun Dec 28, 2014 10:40 pm

And Gaines says he can rate.
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Re: Bolo

Postby thinair » Mon Dec 29, 2014 12:18 am

Starine wrote:And Gaines says he can rate.


Trainers always say their horses can rate.
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Re: Bolo

Postby Starine » Mon Dec 29, 2014 12:20 am

thinair wrote:
Starine wrote:And Gaines says he can rate.


Trainers always say their horses can rate.


I know. I just wanted it down for the record.
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Re: Bolo

Postby Matt Converse » Mon Dec 29, 2014 3:49 am

katmandu wrote:Robert Lewis may be next. . .

Where did you hear that? I've been looking trying to see what might be next for him.
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Re: Bolo

Postby Matt Converse » Mon Dec 29, 2014 5:55 pm

Just read it over on DRF, I'm not surprised given the dirt runners in his pedigree and his bullet works on the dirt at SA.
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Re: Bolo

Postby BlindLucky » Mon Dec 29, 2014 6:01 pm

Be on the look out, indeed :D
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Re: Bolo

Postby Matt Converse » Mon Dec 29, 2014 6:12 pm

For those who might not know his pedigree is 12f turf horse Temple City (Dynaformer) x Danzig mare on top, Chief Seattle (Seattle Slew) dam sire, Vice Regent (Northern Dancer) tail end sire.
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Re: Bolo

Postby Horsebagger » Mon Dec 29, 2014 6:58 pm

Matt Converse wrote:For those who might not know his pedigree is 12f turf horse Temple City (Dynaformer) x Danzig mare on top, Chief Seattle (Seattle Slew) dam sire, Vice Regent (Northern Dancer) tail end sire.


Temple City may have had his success on the turf, but his dam is a half to Malibu Moon. Lots of dirt in his pedigree.
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Re: Bolo

Postby katmandu » Mon Jan 19, 2015 11:55 pm

Not covering the ground well here, at all:

http://www.hrtv.com/videos/workout-anal ... tegoryId=0
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Re: Bolo

Postby swale1984 » Tue Jan 20, 2015 2:23 am

Matt Converse wrote:For those who might not know his pedigree is 12f turf horse Temple City (Dynaformer) x Danzig mare on top, Chief Seattle (Seattle Slew) dam sire, Vice Regent (Northern Dancer) tail end sire.


Distance shouldn't be a problem, esp. with Dynaformer on the top line. Bolo's dam has 3 runners of 5 of racing age, and she's a half to Mining My Own (dam of Mine That Bird and Dullahan). However, it's the damsire's family that may be the most influential. Chief Seattle is by Seattle Slew out of an Icecapade mare. Both Slew's dam (My Charmer) and Icecapade's dam (Shenanigans) are considered double copy mares for the X factor genes. That means that, if the pattern holds, Chief Seattle would've passed it to his daughter, who, in turn, may have passed it to Bolo (as the theory is that the gene goes from sire to filly and from filly to her son).

Not really that provable, but something interesting, for sure!
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