|andrew varasdi wrote:|
......Ryan you know my view on the whereís Pedro cross for him. Fortress is popping up consistently as well. Kinloch bitches have been great for him. Whereís Pedro with fortress or black shiraz as well seems a really good combo. I donít kniw it Like you but it is certainly interesting.
Actually we just bought a Kinloch straw for showgirl queen when she is done.
Well its not that any one opinion is better than the other Andrew, you're looking at it from the sires perspective and I from the dam. It's just that you can only put Banjo over Golden Show Girl once, unless you want to do a repeat mating, so the alternative is to look at other sires in the meantime that can also recreate Light of Fire through different individuals for that Golden Show Girl damline. Keep going back to the same well, it's the logical thing to do with that line imo.
From that Golden Show Girl damline perspective, it's a no brainer to recreate Light of Fire through different individuals as 8x track record holder Awesome Assassin was from that damline and he was by Light of Fire. Vee Man Vane's dam Blue Girl Vane in your boy's pedigree brings that niche to the table at an extremely high percentage(94%), therefore having the capacity to create a great deal of linebreeding intensity within that pedigree which resulted in Showgirl Queen.
Re Kinloch straw, is this what you are suggesting down the track? CLICK HERE . I wldn't have thought so but I didn't fully understand your comment "Kinloch bitches have been great for him" in relation to Showgirl Queen offspring..........I'm probably misreading it.
Whilst there is plenty of Temlee in x in Showgirl Queens pedigree meaning Kinloch may well suit her as a sire as it gives up linebreeding in x to a cornerstone brood in Elsie Moss up close, if linebreeding to create breeding parallels to Light of Fire is working with the line, I don't necessarily see the need to outcross the line. Jarrad and you no doubt have your reasons so good luck, no reason it wont work. Cheers.