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SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE APEX RATINGS
Date: September 13th, 2018
By Bill Oppenheim
In the Northern Hemisphere, we do APEX sire ratings for three regions: North America, ‘Europe’ (defined as GB/Ireland, France, and Germany), and Japan. Though Japan is pretty much out on its own both geographically and in terms of the racing program, there is tremendous commerce between North America and Europe, such that the ratings for sires in the two regions correspond. Not so in the Southern Hemisphere. We are covering three regions in the Southern Hemisphere, but they are quite distinct from each other. The three regions we identify are: Australasia; South America; and South Africa.
In Australasia, our ratings at the moment cover just Australia and New Zealand, but we have also run the numbers for racing in Hong Kong, since there are no stallions in Hong Kong, and a big majority of their runners are sourced in Australia and New Zealand. We now have Hong Kong numbers separately, but we plan to incorporate those results with the Australasian sires as well as publishing them separately in the future. In South America, we cover racing in five countries: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Peru, and Uruguay. Each country is calculated separately, then we add the relevant results together. South Africa is its own region, not least because of the quarantine restrictions which make shuttling stallions, for example, an impossibility at the moment. There is not much commerce among the three regions, although South Africans do import some racehorses from Australia.
When we look at the world’s racing regions, there’s no doubt North America and Europe, in either order you prefer, still have the world’s top ‘open’ racing. There is plenty of evidence that the top Japanese horses are that good, but the racing’s not really ‘open’ – ownership is very difficult. That’s why Australia rightfully deserves to be considered the world’s third most important ‘open’ racing. Many Aussies would like to believe it’s right up there with North America and Europe, and it is getting there, but except for the sprinters, it’s not there just yet.
Well, the money is world-class and the enthusiasm is second to none, there’s no doubt about that. My colleague Emily Plant and I and respective spouses spent a month plus in the Hunter Valley, New Zealand, and Sydney in that order in March and April and we got a first-hand look at what it’s all about and yes, it is absolutely massive. It’s a big, important marketplace, in many respects, just as healthy as North America and Europe, and the Australasians have the benefit of both good prizemoney and a massive export market to Asia, not just Hong Kong, but Singapore and Macau as well. North America has pretty good prizemoney, and Europe has a big export market (including to Hong Kong and Australia), but Australia has both – including massive Asian investment in Australian farms, stallions, mares, and racehorses.
One of the big arguments in Australasian breeding has to do with ‘Colonial’ versus ‘Shuttle’ stallions. The top five sires in Australasia by APEX A Runner Index are all Colonial sires (bred in Australasia), although the source of all that class is Northern: Danehill, Sir Tristram, and, in the case of I Am Invincible, Invincible Spirit. Yes, they have some real rockets down there, and Winx (by the shuttler Street Cry, of course) could hold her own anyplace in the world up to 10 furlongs, but the truth is the Australasian stallion ranks are a blend of Northern and Colonial, and it’s 1-to-10 they’ll stay that way: there are just too many top horses ‘up north’ who find their way ‘down south’, and some of them (Teofilo #6 and Street Cry #7, for example, by Southern Hemisphere A Runner Index) are going to be very successful.
Arrowfield Stud stands Australasia’s two top sires. Redoute’s Choice was Australia’s champion sire three times, and his son, Snitzel, has just completed his second consecutive record-breaking season as Australia’s leading sire. Snitzel (3.85) noses out his dad, Redoute’s Choice (3.84), as Australasia’s leading sire by APEX A Runner Index for the seven racing seasons 2011/12 through 2017/18. It’s very striking how close they are, and how far ahead of the rest of the field. New Zealand’s champion sire, Waikato Stud’s Savabeel (3.06), by Zabeel, by Sir Tristram, ranks third, followed by Yarraman Park’s wunderkind I Am Invincible (2.98), who ties for fourth with Coolmore’s flagship sire Fastnet Rock (2.98), the incomparable Danehill’s second-best son in Australasia. Darley’s Teofilo (2.97) is a nose behind in sixth, with Winx’s sire Street Cry (2.79), who died in 2014, in seventh. Makfi (2.71), who stood at Westbury Stud in New Zealand; High Chaparral (2.58), who died in 2015; and Darley’s veteran Exceed And Excel (2.55), also by Danehill, round out the top ten sires in Australasia by APEX A Runner index.
I Am Invincible is the only sire in the top ten whose first foals arrived in 2010 or later, but the younger sires dominate the second ten, as six of the next ten sires had their first foals in 2010 or later. F2010 Sebring (2.40, Widden) ranks #12, while #13 Mastercraftsman (2.35, no longer shuttles) and New Zealand’s #20 Tavistock (2.13, Cambridge Stud) join #4 I Am Invincible in representing F2011 sires. with their first crops 2011. New Zealand’s #8 Makfi, now in Japan was the top F2012 sire, ahead of #15 Hinchinbrook (2.29, Yarraman Park), a ¾-brother to Snitzel by Fastnet Rock, who died just before the beginning of the 2018 SH covering season. Coolmore stands the top two from the youngest sire crops: #11 So You Think (2.41) is the top sire with first foals 4-year-olds of 2017-18, 5-year-olds now; and #16 Pierro (2.26) tops the sires which had their first 3-year-olds last season, and have their first 4-year-olds now. Deceased #14 Commands (2.32); Arrowfield’s #17 Not A Single Doubt (2.24) , another son of Redoute’s Choice; Darley’s #18 Medaglia D’Oro (2.15, first NH foals 2006, first Australian foals 2011); and New Zealand’s The Oaks Stud #19 Darci Brahma (2.14), round out the Australasian Top 20 (with 150+ year-starters at the end of the 2017-18 season) by SH APEX A Runner Index.
SOUTH AMERICA: SCAT DADDY RULES
Each of the five countries our data covers in South America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Peru, Uruguay) has their own distinct racing program, and there isn’t necessarily that much interchange among them. Nonetheless it makes sense to group them together for analytical purposes, as combined they do constitute an important international market; even if it is not pushing up to near-Northern Hemisphere levels like Australasia is; the top horses, yes, like top horses everywhere.
Scat Daddy only shuttled three seasons to Chile 2009-2011 and completely rewrote the record books there, after which he covered mares to Southern time, sometimes in batches, for Chilean breeders. The APEX rule is that sires with 10 or more 3-year-olds of the last season covered (for the 2017-18 season, those were foals of 2014) are assigned APEX ratings. We list Scat Daddy as having had 12 SH foals of 2014 (and in the 20’s in 2015 and 2016), therefore he is eligible for APEX ratings. Not surprisingly he is the Leading Sire in South America by SH A Runner Index, with a 5.40 rating. That speaks for itself. The Argentine sire Key Deputy (4.26), a son of Deputy Minister, comes next, followed by Peru’s Yazamaan (4.03), a son of Galileo. Key Deputy, a half-brother to the speedy Yankee Gentleman, later the damsire of American Pharoah, ran second in the G3 Bold Ruler H., has an amazing 4.02 ABC 2-year-old index. Yazamaan won two races as a 2-year-old for Sheikh Hamdan in 2006 and is out of Moon’s Whisper, a Storm Cat mare who is now famous for being a half-sister to Alpha Lupi, the dam of Europe’s top 3-year-old miling filly of 2018, Alpha Centauri.
Drosselmeyer, the 2010 G1 Belmont S. and 2011 G1 Breeders’ Cup Classic winner by Distorted Humor, has been a flop up north (0.65 NH A Runner Index), but is the top APEX sire in Brazil, where he sports a 3.77 SH A Runner Index from just under 200 year-starters through the end of last season. Lookin At Lucky (3.29) came to Chile from Ashford and has done really well himself, and now has Chilean-breds running well for him who were brought up north as well; he ranks #5 in South America. Forestry (3.25), who now stands in Brazil, and Put It Back (3.24), who is by Honour And Glory and earlier did well at stud in Florida but now stands in Argentina, rank 6-7, ahead of Roman Ruler (3.06), who has been Champion Sire in Argentina. Ecclesiastic (2.98), a son of Pulpit who has been the top sire in Uruguay, and Grand Daddy (2.94), a full brother to Scat Daddy who won the Forego S. at Turfway Park as a 6-year-old, round out the top ten sires in South America with 150+ year-starters by APEX A Runner Index.
SOUTH AFRICA
According to the IFHA (International Federation of Horseracing Authorities) website, there were 12,638 thoroughbred foals born in Australia in 2015, plus 3,744 in New Zealand makes a total of 16,412 foals in Australasia. Argentina, which has by far the biggest foal crop in South America, produced 7,454 foals; Brazil 2,060; Chile 1,626; Uruguay 1,650; and Peru 581, for a total of 13,371 thoroughbred foals of 2015 in South America. South Africa, which its own region, produced 3,183. The total for the Southern Hemisphere countries we are covering is 32,972 foals of 2015. Australasia is almost exactly half the total, South America 40%, South Africa a little under 10%. So they have a correspondingly smaller stallion population – really only about 75 active stallions at any one time, of which eight have A Runner indices over 2.00. Six of them are their top sires but are now all 18 years old or over, so either pretty old, dead, or retired: Dynasty (3.27); Silvano (2.78); Captain Al (2.52); Trippi (2.45); Go Deputy (2.08); and Kahal (2.07). That leaves as the two top young sires Querari (2.65), a good miler and Group 1 winner in Italy bred by the Jacobs family’s Gestut Fahrhof and standing at Maine Chance; and Varsfontein Stud’s Gimmethegreenlight, an Australian-bred son of More Than Ready, who won the G1 Queen’s Plate, at a mile, as a 3-year-old, in South Africa. Querari, who ranks #3, had his first foals in 2012; Gimmethegreenlight, who ranks #6, is F2013.
* Restricted to sires with 150+ Named Foals Of Racing Age
AUSTRALIA / NZ APEX, SEASON-END 2017/2018
The Top Sires by APEX A Runner Index
SIRE YR HIS SIRE FFLSYR SH ST SH ST OTHER RUNNERS A INDEX B INDEX C INDEX ABC INDEX
SNITZEL 2002 REDOUTE'S CHOICE 2007 AUS - 1,651 127 3.85 90 2.73 118 1.79 335 2.54
REDOUTE'S CHOICE 1996 DANEHILL 1900 AUS - 1,575 121 3.84 67 2.13 111 1.76 299 2.37
SAVABEEL 2001 ZABEEL 2006 NZ - 1,485 91 3.06 49 1.65 92 1.55 232 1.95
FASTNET ROCK 2001 DANEHILL 2006 AUS - 2,245 134 2.98 78 1.74 169 1.88 381 2.12
I AM INVINCIBLE 2004 INVINCIBLE SPIRIT 2011 AUS - 856 51 2.98 36 2.1 67 1.96 154 2.25
TEOFILO 2004 GALILEO 2009 AUS - 454 27 2.97 16 1.76 21 1.16 64 1.76
STREET CRY 1998 MACHIAVELLIAN 2004 DEAD AUS 1,149 64 2.79 51 2.22 79 1.72 194 2.11
MAKFI 2007 DUBAWI 2012 NZ - 240 13 2.71 6 1.25 9 0.94 28 1.46
HIGH CHAPARRAL 1999 SADLER'S WELLS 2005 DEAD AUS 1,631 84 2.58 50 1.53 103 1.58 237 1.82
EXCEED AND EXCEL 2000 DANEHILL 2005 AUS - 1,723 88 2.55 55 1.6 109 1.58 252 1.83
SO YOU THINK 2006 HIGH CHAPARRAL 2013 AUS - 290 14 2.41 10 1.72 14 1.21 38 1.64
SEBRING 2005 MORE THAN READY 2010 AUS - 1,355 65 2.4 48 1.77 84 1.55 197 1.82
MASTERCRAFTSMAN 2006 DANEHILL DANCER 2011 NZ - 531 25 2.35 10 0.94 19 0.89 54 1.27
COMMANDS 1996 DANEHILL 2001 DEAD AUS 1,641 76 2.32 57 1.74 99 1.51 232 1.77
HINCHINBROOK 2007 FASTNET ROCK 2012 DEAD AUS 458 21 2.29 14 1.53 25 1.36 60 1.64
PIERRO 2009 LONHRO 2014 AUS - 177 8 2.26 6 1.69 9 1.27 23 1.62
NOT A SINGLE DOUBT 2001 REDOUTE'S CHOICE 2006 AUS - 1,739 78 2.24 64 1.84 93 1.34 235 1.69
MEDAGLIA D'ORO 1999 EL PRADO 1908 AUS - 525 23 2.19 25 2.38 41 1.95 89 2.12
DARCI BRAHMA 2002 DANEHILL 2008 NZ - 1,053 45 2.14 37 1.76 61 1.45 143 1.7
TAVISTOCK 2005 MONTJEU 2011 NZ - 446 19 2.13 19 2.13 35 1.96 73 2.05
MOSSMAN 1995 SUCCESS EXPRESS 2001 DEAD AUS 1,210 51 2.11 37 1.53 70 1.45 158 1.63
LOPE DE VEGA 2007 SHAMARDAL 2012 AUS - 334 14 2.1 11 1.65 18 1.35 43 1.61
AL MAHER 2001 DANEHILL 2006 AUS - 1,145 46 2.01 28 1.22 54 1.18 128 1.4
ENCOSTA DE LAGO 1993 FAIRY KING 1900 RETIRED AUS 1,607 63 1.96 50 1.56 114 1.77 227 1.77
AUTHORIZED 2004 MONTJEU 2008 AUS - 515 20 1.94 4 0.39 11 0.53 35 0.85
MORE THAN READY 1997 SOUTHERN HALO 2002 AUS - 1,827 71 1.94 45 1.23 87 1.19 203 1.39
PINS 1996 SNIPPETS 2001 DEAD NZ 1,333 51 1.91 45 1.69 96 1.8 192 1.8
STRATUM 2002 REDOUTE'S CHOICE 2007 DEAD AUS 1,534 58 1.89 52 1.69 93 1.52 203 1.65
LONHRO 1998 OCTAGONAL 2004 AUS - 2,110 79 1.87 65 1.54 133 1.58 277 1.64
HARD SPUN 2004 DANZIG 2009 AUS - 889 33 1.86 28 1.57 51 1.43 112 1.57
BLACKFRIARS 1996 DANEHILL 2002 DEAD NZ 1,303 48 1.84 27 1.04 65 1.25 140 1.34
CHOISIR 1999 DANEHILL DANCER 2004 AUS - 2,023 74 1.83 50 1.24 93 1.15 217 1.34
UNIVERSAL RULER 2004 SCENIC 2011 AUS - 230 8 1.74 10 2.17 13 1.41 31 1.68
STAR WITNESS 2007 STARCRAFT 2012 AUS - 548 19 1.73 11 1 26 1.19 56 1.28
STREET BOSS 2004 STREET CRY 2010 AUS - 407 14 1.72 13 1.6 16 0.98 43 1.32
IFFRAAJ 2001 ZAFONIC 2008 NZ - 819 28 1.71 18 1.1 40 1.22 86 1.31
O'REILLY 1993 LAST TYCOON 1998 DEAD AUS 1,582 54 1.71 44 1.39 83 1.31 181 1.43
MANHATTAN RAIN 2006 ENCOSTA DE LAGO 2011 AUS - 441 15 1.7 15 1.7 20 1.13 50 1.42
LOVE CONQUERS ALL 2006 MOSSMAN 2013 AUS - 177 6 1.69 3 0.85 4 0.56 13 0.92
SHOWCASING 2007 OASIS DREAM 2012 NZ - 298 10 1.68 5 0.84 13 1.09 28 1.17
MAGNUS 2002 FLYING SPUR 2009 AUS - 1,016 33 1.62 30 1.48 61 1.5 124 1.53
ALFRED NOBEL 2007 DANEHILL DANCER 2012 AUS - 155 5 1.61 5 1.61 5 0.81 15 1.21
DEMERIT 2006 LONHRO 2012 AUS - 187 6 1.6 3 0.8 11 1.47 20 1.34
RESET 2000 ZABEEL 2005 AUS - 1,170 37 1.58 21 0.9 63 1.35 121 1.29
WAR CHANT 1997 DANZIG 1902 AUS - 451 14 1.55 7 0.78 19 1.05 40 1.11
TOP ECHELON 1999 UMATILLA 2004 AUS - 229 7 1.53 9 1.97 10 1.09 26 1.42
ZOFFANY 2008 DANSILI 2013 AUS - 168 5 1.49 5 1.49 5 0.74 15 1.12
FALKIRK 2000 TALE OF THE CAT 2007 NZ - 444 13 1.46 12 1.35 24 1.35 49 1.38
NADEEM 2003 REDOUTE'S CHOICE 2008 NZ - 616 18 1.46 14 1.14 22 0.89 54 1.1
ROCK OF GIBRALTAR 1999 DANEHILL 2004 AUS - 1,441 42 1.46 34 1.18 61 1.06 137 1.19
* Restricted to sires with 150+ Named Foals Of Racing Age
SOUTH AMERICA APEX, SEASON-END 2017/2018
The Top Sires by APEX A Runner Index
SIRE YR HIS SIRE FFLSYR SH ST SH ST OTHER RUNNERS A INDEX B INDEX C INDEX ABC INDEX
SCAT DADDY 2004 JOHANNESBURG 2009 DEAD CHI 472 51 5.4 20 2.12 27 1.43 98 2.6
KEY DEPUTY 2000 DEPUTY MINISTER 2009 ARG - 470 40 4.26 17 1.81 39 2.07 96 2.55
YAZAMAAN 2004 GALILEO 2011 RETIRED PER 186 15 4.03 3 0.81 6 0.81 24 1.61
DROSSELMEYER 2007 DISTORTED HUMOR 2013 BRZ - 199 15 3.77 7 1.76 12 1.51 34 2.14
LOOKIN AT LUCKY 2007 SMART STRIKE 2012 CHI - 365 24 3.29 9 1.23 13 0.89 46 1.58
FORESTRY 1996 STORM CAT 1904 BRZ - 369 24 3.25 10 1.36 23 1.56 57 1.93
PUT IT BACK 1998 HONOUR AND GLORY 2003 ARG - 694 45 3.24 11 0.79 35 1.26 91 1.64
ROMAN RULER 2002 FUSAICHI PEGASUS 2007 ARG - 1,013 62 3.06 37 1.83 60 1.48 159 1.96
ECCLESIASTIC 2001 PULPIT 2009 URU - 419 25 2.98 8 0.95 29 1.73 62 1.85
GRAND DADDY 2006 JOHANNESBURG 2013 RETIRED CHI 204 12 2.94 4 0.98 13 1.59 29 1.78
HARLAN'S HOLIDAY 1999 HARLAN 2005 DEAD ARG 475 27 2.84 15 1.58 38 2 80 2.11
HELIOSTATIC 2003 GALILEO 2009 ARG - 162 9 2.78 3 0.93 4 0.62 16 1.23
MUTAKDDIM 1991 SEEKING THE GOLD 1998 DEAD ARG 860 47 2.73 28 1.63 49 1.42 124 1.8
AGNES GOLD 1998 SUNDAY SILENCE 2005 BRZ - 259 14 2.7 5 0.97 15 1.45 34 1.64
EXCHANGE RATE 1997 DANZIG 2003 DEAD ARG 820 40 2.44 30 1.83 52 1.59 122 1.86
PURE PRIZE 1998 STORM CAT 2004 ARG - 1,510 72 2.38 44 1.46 87 1.44 203 1.68
FLANDERS FIELDS 2003 A.P. INDY 2008 RETIRED PER 296 14 2.36 9 1.52 10 0.84 33 1.39
EQUAL STRIPES 1999 CANDY STRIPES 2006 ARG - 1,084 51 2.35 37 1.71 69 1.59 157 1.81
IVAN DENISOVICH 2003 DANEHILL 2008 CHI - 344 16 2.33 9 1.31 13 0.94 38 1.38
HURRICANE CAT 2003 STORM CAT 2008 ARG - 630 28 2.22 18 1.43 31 1.23 77 1.53
ORPEN 1996 LURE 2001 ARG - 1,227 53 2.16 39 1.59 80 1.63 172 1.75
BOBOMAN 2001 KINGMAMBO 2011 RETIRED CHI 162 7 2.16 5 1.54 4 0.62 16 1.23
CITY BANKER 2005 LODE 2011 RETIRED ARG 187 8 2.14 4 1.07 6 0.8 18 1.2
FREUD 1998 STORM CAT 2003 ARG - 511 21 2.05 14 1.37 34 1.66 69 1.69
CHRISTINE'S OUTLAW 2000 WILD AGAIN 2006 RETIRED BRZ 420 17 2.02 16 1.9 23 1.37 56 1.67
DUBAI DUST 1994 BROAD BRUSH 2000 BRZ - 396 16 2.02 9 1.14 20 1.26 45 1.42
WILD EVENT 1993 WILD AGAIN 2001 BRZ - 1,315 52 1.98 25 0.95 67 1.27 144 1.37
FELIZ DE LA VIDA 2002 ELECTION DAY 2008 CHI - 309 12 1.94 9 1.46 8 0.65 29 1.17
PIONEERING 1993 MR. PROSPECTOR 1998 BRZ - 537 20 1.86 15 1.4 18 0.84 53 1.23
T. H. APPROVAL 2001 WITH APPROVAL 2009 RETIRED URU 272 10 1.84 2 0.37 11 1.01 23 1.06
EASING ALONG 1998 STORM CAT 2004 RETIRED ARG 1,205 44 1.83 39 1.62 86 1.78 169 1.75
VAN NISTELROOY 2000 STORM CAT 2004 ARG - 960 35 1.82 24 1.25 39 1.02 98 1.28
NOT FOR SALE 1994 PARADE MARSHAL 2001 DEAD ARG 1,570 56 1.78 28 0.89 64 1.02 148 1.18
GSTAAD 2004 STORM CAT 2009 RETIRED CHI 367 13 1.77 10 1.36 14 0.95 37 1.26
NEDAWI 1995 RAINBOW QUEST 2002 RETIRED BRZ 564 20 1.77 10 0.89 14 0.62 44 0.98
SILENT TIMES 2003 DANEHILL DANCER 2008 RETIRED BRZ 267 9 1.69 1 0.19 5 0.47 15 0.7
MAN OF IRON 2006 GIANT'S CAUSEWAY 2012 PER - 151 5 1.66 0 - 10 1.66 15 1.24
FAST COMPANY 2005 DANEHILL DANCER 2012 CHI - 151 5 1.66 2 0.66 6 0.99 13 1.08
GRAND REWARD 2001 STORM CAT 2007 RETIRED ARG 878 29 1.65 26 1.48 39 1.11 94 1.34
CATCHER IN THE RYE 2000 DANEHILL 2005 ARG - 1,601 52 1.62 42 1.31 74 1.16 168 1.31
INCLUDE 1997 BROAD BRUSH 2004 ARG - 744 24 1.61 39 2.62 37 1.24 100 1.68
TRUE CAUSE 2003 STORM CAT 2010 ARG - 310 10 1.61 5 0.81 7 0.56 22 0.89
NEWFOUNDLAND 2000 STORM CAT 2006 CHI - 536 17 1.59 18 1.68 40 1.87 75 1.75
FIRST AMERICAN 1996 QUIET AMERICAN 2001 BRZ - 762 24 1.57 17 1.12 49 1.61 90 1.48
JUMP START 1999 A.P. INDY 2004 ARG - 793 24 1.51 15 0.95 34 1.07 73 1.15
CAGNEY 1997 ROY 2006 RETIRED URU 372 11 1.48 10 1.34 13 0.87 34 1.14
SEATTLE FITZ 1999 FITZCARRALDO 2006 ARG - 480 14 1.46 15 1.56 30 1.56 59 1.54
ZENSATIONAL 2006 UNBRIDLED'S SONG 2011 ARG - 308 9 1.46 6 0.97 19 1.54 34 1.38
CIMA DE TRIOMPHE 2005 GALILEO 2012 ARG - 344 10 1.45 6 0.87 10 0.73 26 0.94
* Restricted to sires with 150+ Named Foals Of Racing Age
SOUTH AFRICA APEX, SEASON-END 2017/2018
The Top Sires by APEX A Runner Index
SIRE YR HIS SIRE FFLSYR SH ST SH ST OTHER RUNNERS A INDEX B INDEX C INDEX ABC INDEX
DYNASTY 1999 FORT WOOD 2006 SAF - 979 64 3.27 27 1.38 62 1.58 153 1.95
SILVANO 1996 LOMITAS 2003 SAF - 1,476 82 2.78 50 1.69 83 1.41 215 1.82
QUERARI 2006 OASIS DREAM 2012 SAF - 264 14 2.65 3 0.57 16 1.52 33 1.56
CAPTAIN AL 1996 AL MUFTI 2002 SAF - 1,331 67 2.52 32 1.2 79 1.48 178 1.67
TRIPPI 1997 END SWEEP 2003 SAF - 940 46 2.45 26 1.38 44 1.17 116 1.54
GIMMETHEGREENLIGHT 2008 MORE THAN READY 2013 SAF - 307 14 2.28 4 0.65 13 1.06 31 1.26
GO DEPUTY 2000 DEPUTY MINISTER 2008 SAF - 312 13 2.08 9 1.44 15 1.2 37 1.48
KAHAL 1994 MACHIAVELLIAN 2002 DEAD SAF 1,160 48 2.07 26 1.12 54 1.16 128 1.38
JUDPOT 2005 A.P. INDY 2010 SAF - 605 18 1.49 8 0.66 19 0.79 45 0.93
IDEAL WORLD 2005 KINGMAMBO 2011 SAF - 339 10 1.47 12 1.77 28 2.06 50 1.84
GREYS INN 2000 ZABEEL 2008 SAF - 528 15 1.42 7 0.66 16 0.76 38 0.9
TIGER RIDGE 1996 STORM CAT 2002 DEAD SAF 697 19 1.36 11 0.79 38 1.36 68 1.22
VAR 1999 FOREST WILDCAT 2006 SAF - 1,217 32 1.31 26 1.07 65 1.34 123 1.26
PATHFORK 2008 DISTORTED HUMOR 2013 SAF - 193 5 1.3 3 0.78 5 0.65 13 0.84
ELUSIVE FORT 2002 FORT WOOD 2011 SAF - 321 8 1.25 5 0.78 15 1.17 28 1.09
ROYAL AIR FORCE 2002 JET MASTER 2010 RETIRED SAF 166 4 1.2 2 0.6 8 1.2 14 1.05
JAY PEG 2003 CAMDEN PARK 2010 SAF - 591 13 1.1 4 0.34 27 1.14 44 0.93
FORT WOOD 1990 SADLER'S WELLS 1995 RETIRED SAF 689 15 1.09 12 0.87 31 1.12 58 1.05
COUNT DUBOIS 1998 ZAFONIC 2002 SAF - 522 11 1.05 12 1.15 13 0.62 36 0.86
MAMBO IN SEATTLE 2005 KINGMAMBO 2011 SAF - 476 10 1.05 8 0.84 11 0.58 29 0.76
ADMIRE MAIN 2003 SUNDAY SILENCE 2010 - - 207 4 0.97 4 0.97 8 0.97 16 0.97
TOREADOR 1999 DANEHILL 2006 SAF - 687 13 0.95 8 0.58 23 0.84 44 0.8
BOLD SILVANO 2006 SILVANO 2013 SAF - 160 3 0.94 2 0.63 3 0.47 8 0.63
MOGOK 2000 STORM CAT 2004 SAF - 821 15 0.91 20 1.22 22 0.67 57 0.87
DUKE OF MARMALADE 2004 DANEHILL 2010 SAF - 623 11 0.88 8 0.64 18 0.72 37 0.74
HORSE CHESTNUT 1995 FORT WOOD 2001 DEAD SAF 480 8 0.83 10 1.04 13 0.68 31 0.81
BEZRIN 1999 DANZIG 2005 RETIRED SAF 377 6 0.8 10 1.33 11 0.73 27 0.9
VISIONAIRE 2005 GRAND SLAM 2011 SAF - 327 5 0.76 2 0.31 10 0.76 17 0.65
ORATORIO 2002 DANEHILL 2007 SAF - 1,162 16 0.69 16 0.69 41 0.88 73 0.79
BRAVE TIN SOLDIER 2004 STORM CAT 2011 SAF - 300 4 0.67 3 0.5 10 0.83 17 0.71
GREAT BRITAIN 2002 GREEN DESERT 2009 SAF - 227 3 0.66 5 1.1 12 1.32 20 1.1
SEVENTH ROCK 2004 ROCK OF GIBRALTAR 2011 SAF - 467 6 0.64 8 0.86 10 0.54 24 0.64
SAIL FROM SEATTLE 2003 GONE WEST 2010 RETIRED SAF 554 7 0.63 15 1.35 14 0.63 36 0.81
ANTONIUS PIUS 2001 DANZIG 2006 SAF - 728 9 0.62 7 0.48 8 0.27 24 0.41
PHILANTHROPIST 2001 KRIS S. 2008 SAF - 244 3 0.61 4 0.82 6 0.61 13 0.67
BLACK MINNALOUSHE 1998 STORM CAT 2003 SAF - 1,086 13 0.6 19 0.87 36 0.83 68 0.78
KILDONAN 2003 RICH MAN'S GOLD 2010 RETIRED SAF 175 2 0.57 2 0.57 5 0.71 9 0.64
WARM WHITE NIGHT 2005 WESTERN WINTER 2012 SAF - 195 2 0.51 0 - 6 0.77 8 0.51
ASHAAWES 2003 KINGMAMBO 2009 RETIRED SAF 352 3 0.43 6 0.85 11 0.78 20 0.71
KING OF KINGS 1995 SADLER'S WELLS 1999 DEAD AUS 642 5 0.39 8 0.62 13 0.51 26 0.51
MULLINS BAY 2001 MACHIAVELLIAN 2009 DEAD SAF 433 3 0.35 5 0.58 11 0.64 19 0.55
A. P. ANSWER 2005 A.P. INDY 2011 SAF - 337 2 0.3 0 - 2 0.15 4 0.15
MIESQUE'S APPROVAL 1999 MIESQUE'S SON 2008 SAF - 908 5 0.28 12 0.66 29 0.8 46 0.63
ARGONAUT 2004 WESTERN WINTER 2010 RETIRED SAF 476 2 0.21 7 0.74 10 0.53 19 0.5
REBEL KING 2003 NATIONAL EMBLEM 2010 RETIRED SAF 564 2 0.18 7 0.62 10 0.44 19 0.42
NOORDHOEK FLYER 2006 PIVOTAL 2012 SAF - 214 - - 2 0.47 8 0.93 10 0.58
KING'S APOSTLE 2004 KING'S BEST 2011 SAF - 201 - - 0 - 2 0.25 2 0.12
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