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Australia's best damlines

Daniel Evans
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09 Jan 2019 11:11


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Im interested to hear what breeder's consider, are some of Australia's best damlines currently?


Matt James
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09 Jan 2019 11:38


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Everyone will have a different opinion depending on what they like. I personally think anything with magic sprite/oaks road/cosmic rumble will be very good. Not damlines as such, but Brett Lee/spiral nakita bloodlines.




Matt James
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09 Jan 2019 11:40


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My redeemer, poke the bear and Aston dee bee all have strong arguments to be considered coming from the best damlines.

A lot of people like princess bale in their damlines for some reason


Daniel Evans
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09 Jan 2019 11:42


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Thanks mate I'll check them all out


Matt James
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Matt James wrote:

My redeemer, poke the bear and Aston dee bee all have strong arguments to be considered coming from the best damlines.

A lot of people like princess bale in their damlines for some reason

I personally don't think any of are the best damlines, but all have come out of lines that have thrown a fair few good runners.

If I had to pick a damline it would probably be blazin bombers lines only because it had worked with some many different sires. Sound Lee is in the damline of too many quality runners to name them all



Mick Whyte
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09 Jan 2019 13:35


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I doubt many people would consider the Tifi line the best just yet but I donít think there would be too many lines with a brighter future.
With the amount of her daughters and grand daughters that are either in the breeding barn are heading there is amazing.

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Sean Kennedy
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09 Jan 2019 18:51


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For me it is the Jindara Bale / Gold Rush Bale dam line by a street. Have a look at what these ladies and their female progeny have produced. Outstanding.




Andrew Varasdi
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This dam has been a wonderful producer. She has gone about her business (not even sure if she is mentioned on data) without the hype of some other dams. The performance, quality and ability of her offspring is unquestionable. The dam line is also pretty strong through the generations.

I am pretty confident that with the number of fast bitches that will breed on the reputation of this line will continue to grow off the back of producing more fast animals in the future.


Sandro Bechini
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Sean Kennedy wrote:

For me it is the Jindara Bale / Gold Rush Bale dam line by a street. Have a look at what these ladies and their female progeny have produced. Outstanding.

Agree with you there and also a few others including Leprechaun Yap's & Alice Dooley's line

However, agree with Matt as one that has really sprouted or re-sprouted is Head Honchos damline via Sound The Alarm

Dogs to come out of it in the last few years

Aston Bolero
Pure Inspiration
Regal Blaze
Blazin Carter (NZ Star)
Bells Are Ringin
Blazin Bomber
Ring The Bell
Tocsin
Phenomenal
Azkaban
Elevated
Extreme Magic
Bewildering




Tony Digiorgio
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09 Jan 2019 22:27


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Or in more recent times: -

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Group 1 & 2 winners in first litter.
Only 4 out of the 6 have raced amassing 73 wins and $564,000.00


Edward (ted) Howard
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10 Jan 2019 00:11


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A no brainer but Sobbing Sal especially if used as a Rasmussen cross


Shane Carter
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10 Jan 2019 22:18


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The best damline is still Spanish dance ....more Group winners than an other in the last 20 plus years....itís a shame a couple of the sires were sold overseas before getting a chance here ...

Cheers

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