Tuesday, March 9, 2010


One of the finest ‘pedigree analysis’ tools on the market is G1 Goldmine: an online resource which a rapidly growing band of buffs now consider to be invaluable in determining matings.
Among the many disciples is Eliza Park’s nominations guru, Mark Lindsay, who swears by its ease of use and capability of highlighting top racetrack performers from similar pedigree matches.
Well, Leo Tsatsaronis and his G1 crew have taken it a step further by adding ‘Aptitude Profile Graphs’ …
“Have you ever looked at a mating you are considering and wondered: ‘Is this the pedigree of a sprinter, middle distance horse, or stayer?’, ‘Will this horse be an early 2YO, or more of a Derby horse?’,” Leo muses. “The Aptitude Profile graph answers those questions, showing the age and distance range of stakes winners bred with this pattern. The larger the red dot, the more winners in that category.”
Check it out for yourself by heading to our stallions pages and clicking on any of the Eliza Park stallions to conduct your own search.

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