Indian Charlie

Indian Charlie

Postby Vandalay » Fri Nov 11, 2016 11:17 am

With the runaway success of Uncle Mo,.does anyone think this could be the next major sire line?
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Re: Indian Charlie

Postby Treve » Fri Nov 11, 2016 12:05 pm

It's definitely too early to tell if this is the next major sireline. Uncle Mo has no American stakes winners in his second crop this year. His 2yos of 2016 have hit the board I think in BT stakes but none have won that I can see/think of in those events.
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Re: Indian Charlie

Postby Retrospectiv » Fri Nov 11, 2016 12:10 pm

Be curious to see what happens to that 2nd Mo crop.

Has a sire ever come out firing on all cylinders in their 1st crop like he did, only to tank with their next few? Be interesting to study.
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Re: Indian Charlie

Postby Treve » Fri Nov 11, 2016 12:19 pm

Retrospectiv wrote:Be curious to see what happens to that 2nd Mo crop.

Has a sire ever come out firing on all cylinders in their 1st crop like he did, only to tank with their next few? Be interesting to study.


Yeah it will be interesting to see especially since his first crop have peaked early and none of them have really improved as three year olds past this spring aside from Laoban. His first crop was ultra precocious so is there a chance the 2nd might be a little slower to mature and make an impact next year?

I don't know about te second question though, but I do wonder if he was better supported in his first crop then the next 2 less so... then with the interest he has gotten thanks to his first crop we might be seeing plenty more BT SWrs in the upcoming crops.
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Re: Indian Charlie

Postby Vandalay » Fri Nov 11, 2016 1:36 pm

You generally see those high-end mare circulate through the "$100K club" asI like to call them, so it will be interesting to see what happens with his share of elite mares
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Re: Indian Charlie

Postby Flanders » Fri Nov 11, 2016 2:57 pm

Retrospectiv wrote:Be curious to see what happens to that 2nd Mo crop.

Has a sire ever come out firing on all cylinders in their 1st crop like he did, only to tank with their next few? Be interesting to study.

Slew O Gold? His first 2 crops were good, 11 out of his total 28 stakes winners were in those crops.
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