Mark Mihailovic Australia (Verified User) Posts 577 Dogs 1 / Races 0 11 Jul 2018 09:50
Agree in that she’s a litter sister to a high quality animal and thats definitely a reason why I would breed with her too and I’m not saying she was a complete slug. Clearly not but only a short courser and fabio is doing a magnificent job of upgrading these types of bitches and leaving strong 500m pups on the ground!
Steven Martin Australia (Verified User) Posts 6685 Dogs 172 / Races 66 11 Jul 2018 10:30
Pindari express by expert pedigree analysis, has been said that its make up could be explained through her dam line back to little Denver which and I'm pathetic with the scientific or pedigree analysis terminology, but it highlights and recreates the intensity of your dam line covering it with fabregas dam line !which then created pindari . Here it is highlighted
Your bitch has him in exactly the same spot , coincidentally your bitch is by el grand senor , and litter has produced a star , which in comparison to pindari ,her dam also went to el grand and produced andos Mac If you were going to give her a chance at the breeding caper do it with a proven sire first , if zinzan turns out to be dud at stud you have not learnt anything about your brood! Expensive $40k unanswered question Let others find out the answer with zin Zan
CLICK HERE It also has the double of awesome assasin which I also believe is proving a lethal double
Unproven short course bitch $1500-$2500 Crap market
Good luck bud
Adam Crouch Australia (Verified User) Posts 27 Dogs 0 / Races 0 12 Jul 2018 00:00
I'm with Nathan, Fabregas for mine.
Unproven bitch x Unproven sire = $2000 in this market if you're lucky, to fabregas I could see you fetching $3000 comfortably.
In saying that, you've had much more experience with Fabregas than I have, do you believe his traits will compliment your girl?
Ryan Vanderwert Australia (Verified User) Posts 3625 Dogs 3 / Races 0 12 Jul 2018 07:26
I like the comparison to Pindari Express from a ped perspective Nathan, thats a good pick up by you, however the resultant Fantasy Fortune was worth replicating as a racer whilst the other tho a prolific dam, grandam etc., may not have had the wheels of a Fantasy Fortune. If you were breeding for a future dam I'm all for it for this line, but for an immediate racer, going to a son or grandson of Elite State seems logical due to CLICK HERE also being from the same damline.
Thinking of breeding like you have here Nathan means that you can proceed confidently whether the sires are proven or unproven as you are trying to replicate a successful niche with the same damline, the sires no matter who they are, only carry the damlines with that vital niche you are after. That's why the better breeders appear fearless at times going to an unproven sire, but when you look more closely, when they go unproven which is quite often with some of them, it's more a very calculated gamble than being fearless. Cheers.