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Curlin's Book Stacked With Major Mares

2/19/2009 - Curlin, the 2007-08 Horse of the Year, made a good showing when he covered the first of the mares booked to him for his first season at stud at William S. Farish's Lane's End Farm near Versailles, Ky. Read More

 

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Yes, Anna, that analysis is based on the Thomas Herding Technique--it's a bit different. Most seem to think his foals will be late (3y/o) developers.
didn't quite appear so in his first crop. Broodmare sire.
There's a New Sire Analysis of Curlin in Bloodhorse today, and apart from looking at his 2yr olds and how they're doing, they give us the "emotional conformation profile". Such as "a very strong well-rounded horse. Great stimulus interpretation. Reads intentions very well...communicates with his environment very well... slightly hotter females would be okay with him" etc. Had no idea about these character charts. SO interesting.

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