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Certainly is.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Glencoe Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 26 Apr 2020 at 11:58am
Let's put it another way. Who on this forum is willing to pay in the vicinity of $40K plus GST
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Not us, we were lucky enough to get in early. Out of our league now. I think last year a lot of services were kept for shareholders, even so, he was booked out? He’s getting lots of support and showing lots of potential. He does have a big percentage of winners. No doubt they’re being over the top, but what stallion owners don’t reach for the stars while they can?
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Keeps getting winners locally. Seems to have an affinity for HK racing too.
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8 runners in Hong Kong today. They seem to have taken a real shining to his stock.
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Typical DF. Half a Gr 1Tongue
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A prolific sire of winners, he now has a Group 1 feather in his cap, go Deep Field! I predict another important sire of the future who didn’t win a Group race himself. Especially now the better class mares start appearing on his doorstep. 
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That three year old quite a looker too.  Although I was on the other one!
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I think his figures speak for themselves  60% w:r     2.8% SW   AEI  1.18
Make your own judgement but to be considered a leading sire the benchmarks are  >5% SW and an AEI
>1.5.  He has a long way to go
At present he is a handy sire who when priced right   $25-30K would be considered a good mid-range bread & butter investment.
That is not a knock but a market place fact. I would compare him with Nicconi, Magnus etc ( nothing wrong with that)
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