Monday, September 28, 2009

St. Nicholas Abbey Wins Juddmonte Beresford Stakes

Tracking in third with two furlongs left, St. Nicholas Abbey took the lead inside the final furlong and posted a comfortable three-quarter length win over runnerup Layali Al Andalus in the Juddmonte Beresford Stakes (Group 2) at Curragh Sunday.

The triumph marks the second win in two starts for the Aiden O’Brien-trained Saint Nicholas Abbey and landed him atop the board as the favorite for the 2010 Investec Derby Stakes at Epsom Downs.

"Only time will tell if Aidan O'Brien's charge can emulate last year's Beresford winner, Sea The Stars, and go on to Epsom glory, but at this early stage he's a worthy favourite in our book," said Coral spokesman David Stevens in a Racing Post interview.

St. Nicholas Abbey (Montjeu-Leaping Water by Sure Blade) is a half brother to Grade Two winner Grammarian. His sire, Montjeu, sired the 2005 Derby winner Motivator and Authorized who won the Derby in 2007.

Friday, September 25, 2009

Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf Goes International

The Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf Challenge takes on an international flair Saturday with the running of the Group 2 Juddmonte Royal Lodge Stakes for 2-year-old colts and geldings at Ascot. The Royal Lodge is a “Win And You Are In” race and the winner will stamp his ticket to compete at Santa Anita November 7.

A field of eleven will go to post in the one mile stakes.

In his video analysis of the race, Racing Post’s Mark Winstanley likes long shot High Twelve who recently broke his maiden with an impressive win at Sandown last out and noted that it will be “High Noon” for the bookies when High Twevle wins the Royal Lodge.

From a pedigree perspective, a horse that I am interested in is Godolphin’s Frozen Power (Oasis Dream-Musical Treat by Royal Academy).

Pedigree authority Jack Werk has recently blogged how Oasis Dream and, most notably, his sire line of Green Desert (by Danzig) is red hot in Europe. The outstanding Sea The Stars hails from that line via Cape Cross.

For the season, Oasis Dream has 18 SWs and three G1 winners. His 2-year-old Arcano upset favored Canford Cliffs to win the Group 1 Darley Prix Morny at Deauville last month and depending on which book you refer to he’s favored in the 2,000 Guineas.

Frozen Power comes into the Royal Lodge with three wins in four starts and gets the services of Frankie Dettori.

In the upcoming months, I’ll be keeping watch on how well the Oasis Dream 2-year-olds perform. Though a ways off, I’ll be looking here in the states for the debut of colts from the Danzig sire line Graded Stakes Champion Hard Spun and Classic Champion Thoroughbred Big Brown.

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Rest In Peace Summer Squall

The Classic Champion Thoroughbred Summer Squall was euthanized Tuesday due to infirmities of old age. Summer Squall was 22.

Summer Squall finished second to Unbridled in the 1990 Kentucky Derby but turned the tables on Unbridled in the Preakness beating him by two and one-quarter lengths in a near-record time of 1:53 3/5.

Summer Squall sired Charismatic who won the 1999 Kentucky Derby and Preakness. Summer Squall was also the damsire of Summer Bird who won this year’s Belmont Stakes.

In case you have not seen this, here is a nice blog about Summer Squall from Glenn Craven at Fugue For Tinhorns:

Saturday, September 19, 2009

Futurity, Summer Stakes Racing Roundup

The Futurity Stakes (G2) at Belmont Park and the Summer Stakes (G3) at Woodbine Racetrack highlight today’s stakes racing action for 2-year-old thoroughbreds.

Since its inauragural running on Labor Day of 1888, the Futurity has produced several Classic Champion Thoroughbreds: Lemon Drop Kid (1998), Swale (1983), Riva Ridge (1971), High Echelon (1969), Bold Ruler (1956), Nashua (1954), Native Dancer (1952), Man o’ War (1919), Colin (1907) and the Triple Crown Classic Champion Thoroughbreds Affirmed (1977), Secretariat (1972) and Citation (1947).

A couple of talented, but prohibitive favorites, D’ Funnybone (6-5) and Discreetly Mine (9-5) head today’s edition of the $250,000 seven-furlong Futurity.

D’ Funnybone is trained by Dick Dutrow and he comes into the Futurity with a 10½-length romp in the Saratoga Special.

Discreetly Mine has yet to race in stakes competition but he comes into the race with an easy 6¼-length win in a maiden last out.

Barclay Tagg won the Futurity in 2007 with Tale of Ekati and he’s looking for another win with Insightful (15-1) who breaks from post five. The E Dubai colt already has a win at this distance but finished fourth to D’ Funnybone last out in the Saratoga Special.

Steve Asmussen has won the Futurity twice with Private Vow (2005) and Cuvee (2003) and he sends Thiskyhasnolimit (12-1) who was beaten 25¼ lengths by D’ Funnybone last out in the Saratoga Special.

A couple of interesting long shots who have both won last out at seven-furlongs is Grand Rapport (15-1) and Successful Score (10-1). Grand Rapport is trained by Gary Contessa and breaks from post four. Successful Score is trained by Dale Romans and starts from post eight.

Hear Ye Hear Ye (20-1) is another interesting long shot that fits a betting angle I like to play. He has a 100 Brisnet Speed Figure which is the highest of all entered in the Futurity and he is ranked third in the Brisnet Prime Power rating. In addition, his sire, Hear No Evil, is a descendent of the Mr. Prospector line which has won the Futurity nine times in the past 13 years. At 20-1 morning line odds, I may play a small win, place, bet on him and use him in the exotics with the two favorites D’ Funnybone and Discreetly Mine.

Discreetly Mine and D’ Funnybone look tough in this spot. Of those two, I like the pedigree of Discreetly Mine the most and look for him to get better with added distance.


At 5-2 morning line odds, Stormy Lord is the shortest price in the field of 10 entered in the $300,000 Summer Stakes at Woodbine. The Summer Stakes, run at a mile on the turf, is a Breeders’ Cup Win and You’re In race and the winner will secure his start in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf at Santa Anita.

Looking for his first win in the Summer Stakes, trainer Mark Casse sends out 4-1 second choice Ruhtro. In his last outing, Ruhtro finished second to Stormy Lord in a seven-furlong turf race at Woodbine – beaten by 2½ lengths.

Daniel Vella won the Summer Stakes with Blazing Hot in 1995 and he sends out the 6-1 third choice Korvette Kid and Benestar (12-1). Korvette Kid comes into the race with a 1¾ -length win in a six-furlong debut on the turf. Korvette Kid’s sire, Lemon Drop Kid, sired Bear’s Kid who won the 2005 Summer Stakes.

Benestar, bred by former Kentucky Governor Brereton C. Jones, has a second and third-place finish on the turf at Woodbine.

Todd Pletcher won the Summer Stakes with Dubleo (2004) and Lismore Knight (2002) and hopes to pick up his third win with Italian import Fantastico Roberto (8-1) who finished fourth in his U.S. debut – the Spectacular Bid Stakes on the polytrack at Arlington Park. Prior to that, Fantastico Roberto dominated his first two starts on the turf in Italy. So the switch back to turf should benefit him. In addition, Fantastico Roberto has a fantastic turf pedigree. His sire, Refuse To Bend, was a champion turf horse in Ireland and Great Britain. His damsire was the two-time Horse of The Word and 2001 Eclipse Champion Turf Male Fantastic Light.

British import Yesnabay (8-1) comes into the Summer Stakes with a seven-length win in a six- furlong turf sprint July 20. Yesnabay gets first time Lasix and his sire, Grand Slam, sired the 2008 Summer Stakes winner Grand Adventure.

Two intriguing long shots are Becky’s Kitten (10-1) and Bridgetown (10-1).

After three attempts on the dirt, Becky’s Kitten may have finally put it together breaking his maiden in a 1 1/16 mile turf race on firm ground at Saratoga August 27. Becky’s Kitten is trained by Wesley Ward and he gets the services of Julien Leparoux who guided him to his maiden win last out. The sire of Becky’s Kitten is the 2004 Eclipse Champion Turf Male Kitten’s Joy. His damsire is the 1985 Eclipse Champion Turf Horse Cozzene.

Bridgetown comes into the Summer Stakes with a 5¼-length win last out and his 90 Brisnet Speed Figure for that effort is the fastest turf speed figure of all today’s starters. Bridgetown no doubt gets his speed from his sire Speightstown who was the 2004 Eclipse Champion Sprinter. But he also gets plenty of stamina on the distaff part of his pedigree from his damsire, Preakness and Belmont Stakes winner Tabasco Cat, and Alydar who finished second to Affirmed in all three legs of the 1978 Triple Crown.

Trainer Michael Keough knows how produce a champion thoroughbred and he is looking for his first Summer Stakes win with Mobil Unit who breaks from post four. After thee attempts on Woodbine’s polytrack, Mobil Unit finally broke his maiden when Keough switched him to a six-furlong sprint on the turf last out. Mobil Unit came home with a time of 1:09 3/5 which is faster than what Ruhtro posted later that day. Mobil Unit has a bullet work on firm turf September 6 and his 12-1 morning line odds look good.

There are several horses that I like in this field and how I play this will depend on their final odds at post time.

Bridgetown may have the speed to go gate to wire and Mobil Unit also has some good speed figures on the Polytrack and turf. His 91 speed figure on the Polytrack is the highest of all entered in the Summer Stakes.

Like Mobile Unit, Becky’s Kitten may have found his ideal racing surface and could be ready for a big effort.

If the odds on Bridgetown and Mobil Unit remain in the double digit territory I will play a small win, place, bet on those two and use them with Becky's Kitten and Fantastico Roberto in my exactor and triactor bets.

Monday, September 14, 2009

Goldikova On Track To Breeders' Cup Mile

You may not get to see a matchup this year between Rachel Alexandra and Zenyatta in the Breeders’ Cup, but if all goes well, Goldikova will return to Santa Anita to defend her title in the Breeders’ Cup Mile.

“Goldikova will be running in the Prix de la Foret [Group 1] at Longchamp and then, providing she runs well, she will be heading to Santa Anita,” said trainer Freddie Head in a article.

“She is very well at the moment and I am very pleased with her. We decided that the best way to target her at the Breeders’ Cup would be to run her at Longchamp rather than going to Newmarket or Ascot."

Pray For Rain

If you'd like to see the brilliant Sea The Stars compete in the Breeders' Cup Classic - pray for rain.

After viewing Qatar Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe trials held at Longchamp Sunday, trainer John Oxx is not worried about the potential competition that Sea The Stars may have to face in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe. But, if the ground at Lonchamp comes up too soft, Sea The Stars will be pointed to either the Emirates Airline Champion Stakes or the Breeders’ Cup Classic.

Here’s what Oxx said in

“If we miss the Arc we have to look at the two races that are left,” Oxx added. “Newmarket and Santa Anita, and the Classic rather than the Turf.

“The horse tells you what he wants to do and he’s been on the go since the Guineas, but if we missed the Arc we would have to seriously consider them.”

Sunday, September 13, 2009

Swynford Stakes Racing Roundup

The $150,000 Swynford Stakes for 2-year-old thoroughbreds at Woodbine Racetrack has had its share of winners who went on to become Classic Champion Thoroughbreds.

Mine That Bird won the Swynford last year and he won this year’s Kentucky Derby. Sunny’s Halo won the Swynford in 1982 and he went on the win the 1983 Kentucky Derby. Touch Gold won the 1997 Belmont Stakes and he finished second to Holzmeister in the 1996 running of the Swynford.

Today, Vandal Stakes winner Ghost Fleet heads a field of five entered in the seven-furlong Swynford Stakes. Trained by Sid Attard, Ghost Fleet is the even-money morning line favorite. Attard is looking for his first Swynford win and he brings Ghost Fleet into the race off a disappointing sixth-place finish on the turf.

Trainer Graham Motion ships Turf Melody in from a third-place finish in the seven-furlong Spectacular Bid Stakes at Arlington. Turf Melody, the 3-1 second choice, gets the services of Patrick Husbands who has won the Swynford three times.

Jenny’s So Great (6-1) is the only filly entered in the Swynford. Jenny’s So Great gets the services of Emile Ramsammy who also has won the Swynford three times.

Starting from post two, Suffoncified (7-2) was previously ridden by Ramsammy in his last two wins and will pick up the services of Eurico Da Silva for the Swynford.

Clear Turbulence (8-1) switches to the main track from the turf. Clear Turbulence is still a maiden and comes into the race with two fifth-place finishes.

Friday, September 11, 2009

European Juvenile Racing Roundup

Undefeated in three starts, Silver Grecian heads a field of seven Saturday in the Group 2 Champagne Stakes at Doncaster.

Silver Grecian comes into the race with a win in the Group 2 Meydan Superlative Stakes at Newmarket in July.

Al Zir Is 2010 Investec Derby Co-Favorite

Al Zir cruised to an easy victory today in the Sands Venue and State Club Gainsborough Conditions Stakes at Doncaster.

Al Zir’s win made him the Victor Chandler 16-1 co-favorite with Coordinated Cut for the 2010 Investec Derby.

Sand Vixen Wins Flying Childers

Sand Vixen won the Group 2 Flying Childers today at Doncaster setting a new course record of 58.1.

Canford Cliffs Out For Remainder Of Season

Trainer Richard Hannon said that impressive Coventry Stake winner Canford Cliffs will not run again this season.

Canford Cliffs was the 2,000 Guineas betting favorite after his Royal Ascot win. But in his last outing he finished a disappointed third to Arcano in the Darley Prix Morny.

Monday, September 7, 2009

Juvenile Thoroughbred Stakes Racing Roundup

The Three Chimney’s Hopeful Stakes (G1) at Saratoga Race Course and the Del Mar Futurity (G1) at the Del Mar Racetrack highlight a full day of Labor Day stakes racing action for 2-year-old juveniles.

Undefeated Prince Rooney heads a field of 13 horses as the 9-2 morning line favorite in the $300,000 Hopeful Stakes. Prince Rooney (Tale Of The Cat-Rooney’s Princess by Deputy Minister) is trained by Steve Asmussen. He comes into the seven furlong Hopeful off a 15-length romp in the $85,000 Mountaineer Juvenile Stakes at Mountaineer Casino Racetrack and Resort. Here’s a look at the Mountaineer Juvenile:

Asmussen also has entered Enumerate who finished second to Backtalk in the Sanford Stakes (G2) and Grand Slam Andre who finished third behind Backtalk in the Bashford Manor Stakes (G3). Grand Slam Andre comes into the Hopeful with a pair of wins in the $75,000 Middleground Stakes at Lone Star Park and the $50,000 Clever Trevor Stakes at Remington Park.

Undefeated in three starts, Backtalk drew the far outside post 13 but trainer Tom Amoss is looking to add the Grade One Hopeful to his list of graded stakes wins. Backtalk is the 5-1 second choice and he comes into the race with a win in the Sanford and Bashford Manor Stakes.

Todd Pletcher has One Note Samba (15-1) and Aikenite (20-1) entered in the Hopeful. Both are coming into the race off maiden wins. One Note Samba broke his maiden in a 1:09 4/5 six furlong sprint at Saratoga and his pedigee shows that seven furlongs should not be a problem. At 15-1 morning line, One Note Samba may warrant a small wager.

Trainer D. Wayne Lukas has high hopes for Dublin (8-1) who finished fourth to Backtalk in is debut but came back 20 days later to break his maiden at Saratoga in a brisk 1:09 2/5 six furlong sprint. The stretch out to seven furlongs should not be a problem for Dublin and if he can repeat his maiden winning performance, he could be a factor in the Hopeful.

Backtalk’s final time in the six furlong Sanford was 1:10 but in all three of his previous races he has shown that he has the kick to get up in time for the win.

My selections: Backtalk, Prince Rooney, Dublin and One Note Samba.


Hall of Fame Trainer Bob Baffert has won the Del Mar Futurity eight times in the past 13 years and he is looking grab another win today and extend undefeated Lookin At Lucky’s winning streak in the $300,000 Del Mar Futurity. Made the 9-5 morning line favorite, Lookin At Lucky drew post one and comes into the Futurity with a three-quarter length win in the Best Pal Stakes (G2) over Make Music For Me (8-1) who is also entered in the Futurity and will start from post five.

Sterling Outlook is the 4-1 second choice. Trained by Peter Miller, Sterling Outlook has yet to race in stakes competition but finished second to Lookin At Lucky – beaten by three-quarters of a length – in a maiden race July 11.

Patrick Biancone’s Zip Quik, the 9-2 third choice, drew post two and comes into the Futurity with a second-place finish to D’ Funnybone in the Saratoga Special (G2).

Smiling Tiger (6-1) drew post four and comes into the race with a third-place in the Best Pal – two lengths behind Lookin At Lucky. Trained by Jeff Bonde, Smiling Tiger posted a bullet work on August 29.

A long shot that I like in this race is 20-1 Who’s Up. Trained by Kathy Walsh, Who’s Up is still a maiden and it will be a big stretch to step up into stakes company. But his Brisnet speed rating is the highest of all the horses in the race and his pedigree shows that seven furlongs should not be a problem. His sire Graeme Hall won the 2000 Arkansas Derby and Jim Dandy Stakes. His damsire Is It True won the 1988 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile.

So, at 20-1, I’ll give him a shot.

My selections: Who’s Up, Lookin At Lucky, Make Music For Me and Sterling Outlook.


Also on the Del Mar card is the six furlong $100,000 I’m Smoking Stakes for 2-year-olds bred or sired in California.

Brewer Racing Stable’s Yogaroo is the 2-1 morning line favorite. Yogaroo is trained by Wesley Ward and his most recent outing was a ninth-place finish to Radiohead in a five furlong turf sprint at Royal Ascot Great Britain.

Trained by Carla Gaines, second choice John Scott (7-2) will start from post one and he comes into the race with a maiden win. His sire, Bertrando, sired the 1999 I’m Smokin Stakes winner Stormy Jack.

Grace Upon Grace (4-1) gets the services of Garrett Gomez and will start from post seven. He comes into the race with a second place finish in the Willard Proctor Memorial and Graduation Stakes but he was a disappointing fourth to Necessary Evil in the Hollywood Juvenile Championship Stakes.

Doug O’Neill’s Wolf Tail (9-2) comes into the race with a win in the $100,000 Graduation Stakes. Wolf Tail gets the services of Joel Rosario and will start from post five.

Daylight Storm (12-1) looks like an intriguing long shot. He’s been in the money five times in six starts with two wins, a second and two third-place finishes. He finished third to Wolf Tail after dueling for the lead in the Graduation Stakes. His sire, Stormy Jack, won the 1999 I’m Smokin Stakes.

My selections: Wolf Tail, Daylight Storm, John Scott, Grace Upon Grace.


At Woodbine Racetrack a field 14 horses are entered in the $125,000 Simcoe Stakes for 2-year-old colts and geldings foaled in Canada.

This could be the best handicapping race of the day as 11 of the 14 horses entered are double digit morning line odds.

Six of the horses entered in the race have stakes racing experience but only Doctor Jack and Mobthewarrior are stakes-placed.

Doctor Jack, the 3-1 morning line favorite, drew the 13 post and gets the services of Tyler Pizarro. Doctor Jack comes into the race with a third-place finish in the $150,000 Clarendon Stakes.

Mobthewarrior (10-1) drew post four and he comes into the race with a third in the Vandal Stakes.

D’s Wando in post 11 is the 4-1 second choice. In his last outing he broke his maiden in a seven furlong sprint at Woodbine. I like the way he has been progressing and he has a nice pedigree too. His sire, Wando, is the 2003 Canadian Triple Crown Classic Champion Thoroughbred. His damsire, Bold Ruckus, is a Canadian Hall Of Fame Thoroughbred who has produced several stakes winners.

Legal Review drew post five and he is the 6-1 morning line third choice. Legal Review is trained by Mark Casse and he comes into the race with a three-length maiden win in a 5 1/2 furlong spint. His sire, Bold Executive, sired Legal Move who won the 2006 Simcoe Stakes. His grandsire is Bold Ruckus.

At 15-1 morning line odds, Bold Canadian looks like intriguing long shot. Bold Canadian’s sire Bold N’ Flashy was a multiple stakes winning sprinter and as a sire, in 10 crops of runners, he averaged 11% two-year-old winners.

Bold Canadian’s grandsire is Bold Ruckus and his damsire is the versatile Conquistador Cielo – winner of the 6-furlong Saratoga Special (G2), 12-furlong Belmont Stakes (G1), 8-furlong Metropolitan Handicap (G1), 9-furlong Dwyer Stakes (G2) and Jim Dandy Stakes (G3); Horse of the Year and 1982 Champion 3-year-old colt.

The sire of Bold Canadian’s third dam Periphery is the Hall of Fame Thoroughbred and Canada’s all-time leading sire Vice Regent. So Bold Canadian has the breeding and if he can put it together, he could be a good long shot bet.

Overall, I believe that most of these horses are evenly matched and there are several who could step up and win the Simcoe.

My selections: Bold Canadian, D's Wando, Legal Review and Doctor Jack.

Saturday, September 5, 2009

Sapling Stakes, Arlington-Washington Futurity Stakes Picks

Western Smoke heads a field of eight 2-year-old colts and geldings today in the $150,000 Sapling Stakes (G3) at Monmouth Park.

Trained by Steve Asmussen, Western Smoke is the 2-1 morning line favorite and looks tough in this six furlong race. Western Smoke is coming into the race off a 12-length romp in the $100,000 Charles Town Juvenile Stakes. His sire, Smoke Glacken, was 1997 Eclipse Champion Sprinter and he also won the Sapling Stakes in 1996.

Not Macho Any More, trained by Richard Violette Jr. is the 3-1 second choice and Come From Behind, trained by Bill Mott, is the 4-1 third choice.

Daniel J. Ljoka’s Awesome Son is the 5-1 fifth choice and he could be a factor in the Sapling. He broke his maiden last out in a gate-to-wire six and one half length romp at Monmouth Park. His sire, Pure Precision, won the 2001 Sapling Stakes.

At 15-1 morning line odds, Virginia-bred Toccet’s Charm may be a good long shot bet. He’s coming into this race with a two and one half length win in the six furlong Jamestown Stakes at Colonial Downs.

I think that Western Smoke is probably the most likely winner but I may also play a small win/place bet on Awesome Son and Toccet’s Charm and use those three in my exacta’s and trifecta’s


Undefeated in two starts, Dixie Band is the 9-5 morning line favorite and heads a field of seven horses entered in the one mile $150,000 Arlington-Washington Furturity (G3) at Arlington Park.

Trained by Wayne Catalano, Dixie Band is coming into the Futurity with a win in the seven furlong Spectacular Bid Stakes. His sire, Dixie Union, is especially hot this year with 48 percent Graded Stakes winners.

Herecomesbert, trained by Steve Asmussen, is the 3-1 second choice and he comes into the Futurity with a three length win in a one mile maiden special weight at Arlington Park.

U Appeal To Me, trained by Michael Stidham, is the 4-1 third choice. U Appeal To Me comes into the Futurity with a second place finish to Dixie Band in the Spectacular Bid Stakes.

At 6-1 morning line odds, Piscatelli looks intriguing. His sire is Belmont Stakes winner Victory Gallop and he comes into the Futurity with a one length win in a one mile maiden special weight at Monmouth Park.

At 12-1 morning line odds, Kratisto looks like a good long shot bet. In his most recent outing – the Charles Town Juvenile - he finished second to speedster Western Smoke who is contesting the Sapling Stakes today at Monmouth Park. His sire Afleet Alex won the 2005 Preakness and Belmont Stakes and his damsire Risen Star won the 1988 Preakness and Belmont Stakes. So the stretch-out to a mile should not be a problem.

I will definitely play a win/place bet on Kratisto. In addition I will use him with Dixe Band, Hercomesbert and Piscitelli in my exacta’s and trifecta’s.

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

The Question Of Artificial Insemination

The Racing recently asked its readers the question: Q: Should the ban on artificial insemination in thoroughbred breeding be abolished?

By and large, the responses were opposed to artificial insemination:

In May, a Blood-Horse blog The Five-Cross Files by Scot Gillies also addressed this issue:

It’s been a long-standing tradition that the British and American Jockey clubs will not register a horse that has been produced from artificial insemination.

I personally think that tradition is a good idea. Artificial insemination, in my opinion, would not improve the breed.

The great Italian Breeder and trainer Federico Tesio also was not in favor of artificial insemination.

In twenty years of study on this subject, Tesio noted in his book written in 1947 Puro-Sangue – Animale Da Esperimento (The Pure Blood – An Animal of Experimentation) that there had never been a Thoroughbred produced from artificial insemination to win a classic or semi-classic race anywhere in the world. His book has since been translated and published in 2005 by the Russell Meerdink Company, Ltd. as Tesio: In His Own Words.

As Science continues to make advances in genetics this most likely will continue to be an ongoing debate.

What do you think?