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Miss Robyn - Race Results & Past Performances

Date(Descending)
Horse
Fin
Tr
#
Dist.
Sf.
Race
$
Cnd
1st
2nd
3rd
Time
View Details06/14/13Miss Robyn6thHol46 fTClaim 3 FBares TripperJoeandbetty'sbabyLady Katfish1:09.36
View Details05/02/13Miss Robyn2ndHol26 fSClaim 3 FMyntz ConnectionMiss RobynMagestic Stinger1:11.85
View Details03/28/13Miss Robyn5thSA76 fDAlwOC 3 FLady Rosamond Home JourneyRosewhitenblue1:10.41
View Details03/15/13Miss Robyn7thSA56 1/2 fTAlwOC 3 FDisko DaskoUpbeat MoodMalibu Honey1:12.53
View Details01/25/13Miss Robyn1stSA36 1/2 fDMSW 3 FMiss RobynMint TwistKyriaki1:17.50
View Details12/31/12Miss Robyn2ndSA45 1/2 fDMcl 2 FSmall MovesMiss RobynLady Katfish1:03.45
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Older Comments about Miss Robyn...

Many breeding experts believe that there is proof enough. Bottom line: Inbreeding exaggerates flaws! As the gene pool shrinks it brings with it undesirable traits. That is an irrefutable fact whether you're talking about pedigreed dogs, the big cats in zoos or any other living thing.
This is very insightful: "Worldwide dominance of Northern Dancer-Mr. Prospector cross" http://www.lanternhillfarm.com/uploads/foals/Pedigrees.pdf "Outcrosses—defined as a pedigree within which no ancestor is duplicated within four or more generations----are good. As you may know, too many shared relatives in any breeding population can lead to the expression of undesirable traits in the offspring. As we lose genetic variability, we also lose soundness: of bone, muscle, temperament and immune systems. While factors such as track surface, drugs, and year round racing undoubtedly contribute to the diminished soundness of the breed, be aware that closer and closer inbreeding of these two sire lines (Mr. Prosp & Northern Dancer) contributes as much or more than all of them"
  • Sullivan · Still no proof it is that line. It is possible that the Polynesian line is just so popular that it is often inbred to and therefore the resulting offspring are weak · 1200 days ago
Greed is the main reason they bring the horse to race at 2 years. If they let the horses of Native Dancer for that matter of Mr. Prospector mature like training them easy early and more rigorous late at 3 years old they can be lasting longer. They become more stronger in their legs if the owners let them mature. That's what my opinion.
Broke down in the 4th at BHP today and was euthanized on the track. R.I.P
"legs" were a generality. Ankles are a joint of the leg. Unsoundness is the point.

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