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Zenyatta to Visit Tapit in 2012

Owners Jerry and Ann Moss have announced that 2010 Horse of the Year Zenyatta will be bred this year to Gainesway Farm stallion Tapit.

The champion Street Cry mare, who is boarded at William S. Farish’s Lane’s End Farm near Versailles, Ky., was represented by her first foal when she produced a Bernardini colt March 8.

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I just find this mating...a not smart move. I feel that the popular mating with Galileo would have been a smarter move.
Curlin match would not happen...inbreeding to Mr. Prospector
Keep in mind that zenny's endurance genes have just a good a chance to go to the foal as well. Tapit brings some good speed, and it will be fun to watch a race against his/her half brother :). Fingers crossed for a Galileo/Zenyatta meeting in 2013.
I think people forget or put too much emphasis on the sire, the mare is just are important. Not to mention, how many times do people cry about the breeding and ”usual” crosses?
I agree. It makes so much more sense for her to go with Curlin-the next best thing to Storm Cat
Say it ain't so!!! How could the Moss's allow this to happen?? Look at Hansen and you see a typical Tapit...Crazy good at any distance less than 1/16 but simply can't carry the speed at the classic distance . This is disappointing for those of us who want to see the great Zenyatta's offspring do great things...

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