BIENVENIDOS A ELEVAGE Y TURF

sábado, 20 de febrero de 2016

DIXIE UNION - CUANDO LO NOTORIO ES LA AUSENCIA

MOHAYMEN y MOR SPIRIT son dos de los potrillos "tops" en los Estados Unidos, firmes candidatos hasta el momento para el Kentucky Derby, son nietos maternos de DIXIE UNION (foto), provocando en el arbol de pedigrees que NORTHERN DANCER sea repetido en cuarta generación y en quinta en casilleros "claves" en mi modo de ver. Muchos dirán que no es nada incomún.Será tan solo una coincidencia? Ironicamente, en el pedigree de DIXIE UNION una de las cosas que mas se percibe es PHALARIS, ...pero POR SU AUSENCIA, especialmente en antepasadas femeninas, y representado por sus hijos como ha sido su fuerte. Por lo menos creo que meter dos nietos maternos en tan selecta nomina, hacen de Dixie Union un foco de atencion para curiosos de los pedigrees.


miércoles, 3 de febrero de 2016

MUCHAS GRACIAS POR LA CONFIANZA

En Haras El Entrevero (Uruguay) vamos por más, aparte de haber contribuído a producir a LONGCHAMP, ganador clásico del domingo pasado en Maroñas. Gracias a su propietario por la confianza depositada.


viernes, 22 de enero de 2016

EUROPEAN PATTERN COMMITTEE ANNOUNCES CHANGES TO THE 2016 EUROPEAN PROGRAMME / 21 JAN 16

EUROPEAN PATTERN COMMITTEE ANNOUNCES CHANGES TO THE 2016 EUROPEAN PROGRAMME / 21 JAN 16
7. Staying Race Programme
It remains vital that Europe supports a strong programme for horses racing at the Classic distance of a mile and a half and beyond. The programme for the staying horse features some extremely historic and important races, headlined by the Ascot Gold Cup, yet in recent years there has been a worrying trend towards decline in the pool of staying horses that the EPCwould not want to see continue.
Whilst changing trends in breeding naturally do not happen quickly, the EPC is looking to build a stronger foundation for staying horses in the future. Work is currently being carried out in Britain to enhance the programme for stayers just below Black Type level, with other EPC countries likely to follow suit. Moreover, a sub-committee of the EPC comprising Ruth Quinn (BHA), Henri Pouret (France Galop) and Jason Morris (Horse Racing Ireland) will meet in the spring of this year to consider possible enhancements to the programme at Pattern and Listed level (akin to the work recently carried out for sprinters) that would ensure the gene pool for stayers was at least maintained and the recent trend towards decline is reversed. Where possible the existing programme will be reviewed, and added to, in order to create a meaningful incentive for owners and breeders to produce and retain staying horses.

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