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Kobla with Quality Road as a foal

What the Horse Racing Nation is saying about Kobla...

I see they sold her at Keeneland November for $525K i/f to Quality Road. How is this possible? Wouldn't that be the worst kind of inbreeding?
  • BrittanyHamilton · I hate breeders like that. You shouldn't be inbreeding horses like that. It just ruins the breed. · 970 days ago ·
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  • just one moment · Relax, according to the catalog page, Kobla was bred to Elusive Quality which would make her foal a full sibling to Quality Road. · 970 days ago ·
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The long and winding road leads to “quality” for Ned Evans of Spring Hill Farm in Virginia. One of the premier owner-breeders in America, Evans bred and races Woodward Stakes and Metropolitan Handicap winner Quality Road, who will be one of the favorites for the Breeders’ Cup Classic. Unbeaten this ...Read More
  • cigar · Pedigrees don't matter once they've already started running! You assess their ability to go longer based upon how they're finishing up in their races. · 1905 days ago ·
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  • mdracing69 · The Belmont Stakes is probably one of the last dirt races that breeding still matters. That's why the Triple Crown is so hard to pull off. · 1905 days ago ·
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3/5/2009 PORTER ON PEDIGREES, by Alan Porter Foals from the first Elusive Quality crop conceived after Smarty Jones's heroics have come to hand earlier. Even though they've only just turned 3, five of their number are stakes winners. Prominent among them is Fountain of Youth winner Quality Road.Read More

Kobla - Race Results & Past Performances

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