Northport wrote:I guess when you have a champion mare by the champion North American sire, you have to go elsewhere for a covering. Do the Winchells race in Europe at all, and/or do they sell yearlings often? This seems like a cross that would be popular at the sales, or European ones at least.
Fiske stated that plans call for Untapable to head to The National Stud in Newmarket and that the daughter of Tapit will likely remain in Europe for two seasons.
"I think it will probably be Frankel both years ... unless they take Arrogate over there and stand him or something," Fiske said. "(Owner) Ron (Winchell's) concern was 'We'll probably get a turf horse' and that's not our thing. But if it's pretty, it will be valuable and that is our thing. Who knows if it will be a turf horse or not? I don't think Frankel is getting a lot opportunities on dirt. There are so many North American horses in those pedigrees, who knows (what he might throw)."