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Since the debut of the Classic Champion Thoroughbred Profile® software in the 2015 Kentucky Derby (G1), Dallas and I are excited about the results we’ve achieved with the software as a powerful handicapping and Thoroughbred sales analytical tool.
We see our software as “A New Vision, Standard Of Excellence, For An Old Industry.” And, we are confident that it will revolutionize the Thoroughbred racing and breeding industry.
The software assigns each horse a profile score. The higher the score the more potential that horse has to be a top-quality stakes winner or a winner of a classic race like the Kentucky Derby.
The Classic Champion Thoroughbred Profile® is a powerful tool that helps horse owners and breeders take the guesswork breeding their horses. In addition, the profile is a powerful sales analytical tool for horse buyers, helping them make the best decisions and investments when buying horses at auction.
For example, Carpe Diem was a $1.6 million dollar purchase as a 2YO in training. However, our software profile accurately predicted he would not finish in the money in the 2015 Kentucky Derby.
Last weekend, readers who used my picks for the Iroquois Stakes (G3) could have cashed in on the Exacta ($40.80) and Trifecta ($173.80).
In addition to being and excellent handicapping tool, the Classic Champion Thoroughbred Profile® is also a proven sales analytical tool that picked several of the top-priced yearlings at the 2016 Keeneland September Yearling Sale.
Overall there were 4,479 yearlings cataloged for sale with 2,334 colts. I know the breeding it takes to produce a young horse with stakes and classic potential and through session eight I profiled 101 colts that had an A+ or A Classic Champion Thoroughbred Profile® Grade Index. Of those, 11 sold for over $500,000. Here’s a look at those horses.
Hip 845, a bay colt by Curlin out of Glinda the Good by Hard Spun, brought the hammer down for $1 million as the sale topper on day one of book two and he was purchased by Mike Ryan, a bloodstock agent for E5 Racing. Ryan also was involved in a previous yearling sale with the purchase of Palace Malice, another son of Curlin and winner of the 2013 Belmont Stakes (G1).
“He’s as good a Curlin as you’ll see,” said Ryan in a Bloodhorse news story. “Curlin is Curlin. In my mind he’s as good as Tapit.”
Here’s the video of his sale:
In session eight, Ryan also purchased Hip 2582, a bay colt by Curlin out of Mystery Trip by Belong to Me, for $280,000. This colt was one of my personal favorites and best of sale. I watched his sale on line and he appeared to have a very good mind and temperament. He stood there like a statue with his ears flicking back and forth, surveying his environment, and appeared to be very composed and in command.
I’ll be looking forward to see how he fares in his development as a young colt in training. One never knows how any of these young horses will fare as a racehorse. But he has a good pedigree and, if he lives up his breeding, he has the potential to be competitive in stakes and classic competition.
Hip 154, a chestnut colt by Tapit out of Afleeting Lady by Afleet Alex, sold for $850,000 to Courtlandt Farm and he was the third highest price on day one of book one. Here’s the video of his sale:
Hip 161, a gray or roan colt by Tapit out of Alittlebitearly by Thunder Gulch, sold for $800,000 to John C. Oxley and he was the fourth highest priced yearling on day one of book one. Here’s the video of his sale.
Hip 374, a bay colt by Tapit out of Grand Prayer by Grand Slam, was the seventh highest priced yearling on day two of book one and he sold for $700,000 to Hidden Brooke Farm. Here’s the video of his sale.
Hip 183, a bay colt by Curlin out of Arania by Dynaformer, was the sixth highest priced yearling sold on day one of book one and he sold for $675,000 to Lanes End. Here’s the video of his sale.
Hip 956, a chestnut colt by Curlin out of On My Way by Giant’s Causeway, was the third highest priced yearling on day one of book two and he sold for $550,000 to Tom Conway. Here’s the video of his sale.
Here’s a look at the other horses I profiled through session eight that had an A+ or A Classic Champion Thoroughbred Profile®:
Hip – (Dam)
Galileo Sale Price Buyer
Hip 446 – (La Traviata) out
Hip 1976 – (Bola de Cristal) $52,000 Denholtz Stables
Hip 2164 – (Mumbo Jumbo) $33,000 K.O.I.D. Co., Ltd.
Hip 1030 – (Snooki) $120,000 Winchell Thoroughbreds
Hip 1420 – (Screen Goddess) $275,000 Steven W. Young, Agent
Hip 1773 – (Opera Song) $55,000 Main Line Stable
Hip 853 – (Greatest Show) $210,000 Reeves Thoroughbred
Hip 1952 – (Aurora Prospect) $55,000 Robert Meier
Hip 1256 – (Guard the Lines) $450,000 Jerry Crawford/Donegal Racing
Hip 512 – (Moonlight Lover) $300,000 Katsumi Yoshida
Hip 2582 – (Mystery Trip) $280,000 Mike Ryan, Agent
Hip 806 – (Devious Intent) $425,000 Zayat Stables, LLC
Hip 662 – (Surf Song) $270,000 Zayat Stables. LLC
Hip 1678 – Curlin/In Escrow $35,000 K.O.I.D. Co., Ltd.
Hip 458 – Curlin/Lilies So Fair $200,000 Reeves Thoroughbred
Hip 2129 – (Marcellina d'Oro out
Hip 2181 – (Over the Edge) $140,000 Grand Oaks
Hip 528 – (Mythical Bride) $410,000 Mike Repole
Hip 1023 – (Silva) out
Hip 981 – (Purrfectly) $95,000 RNA
Hip 469 – (Love Match) $100,000 Tom McCrocklin
Hip 1410 – (Sail Away Home) $35,000 RNA
Hip 464 – (Lost Empire) out
Hip 164 – (Alone) $180,000 Bluesky Bloodstock
Hip 1753 – (Miss Salsa) $25,000 Harry Weisleder
Hip 2204 – (Quiet Dance) $27,000 K.O.I.D. Co., Ltd.
Lemon Drop Kid
Hip 2097 – (Kulik Cat) $40,000 Luis A. Shirley
Hip 2045 – (Finnie Mac Cool) $110,000 Bruno DeBerdt, Agent
Hip 2055 – (Genuine Class) $5,000 Jerry Antoniuk
Hip 1117 – (Ava Darling) $45,000 RNA
Hip 612 – (Sanima) $50,000 RNA
Hip 14 – (Secret Status) $90,000 King’s Equine
Hip 263 – (Compelling) $170,000 RNA
Hip 1112 – (A.P. Double Cat) $67,000 King’s Equine
Hip 40 – (Soul Search) out
Hip 1582 – (Cassis Royale) $85,000 Juan Garcia
Hip 1100 – (Adream) $225,000 Bluewater Sales, Agent
Hip 1160 – (Composing) $17,000 RNA
Hip 591 – (Refinement) $80,000 RNA
Hip 497 – (Mining My Own) $185,000 RNA
Hip 2293 – (Termite) out
Hip 2581 – (My Dear Lady) $12,000 H. Allen Poindexter
Hip 890 – (Kootenai) $120,000 RNA
Hip 330 – (Eternal Bounty) out
Hip 187 – (Aryaamm) out
Hip 42 – (Spare Change) $190,000 RNA
Hip 252 – (Cindy’s Mom) $230,000 Ben Glass
Hip 354 – (Gamely Girl) $450,000 A. Lavin, Agent
Hip 474 – (Madame Du Lac) $60,000 RNA
Hip 607 – (Ruthian) $220,000 RNA
Hip 33 – (Smart Believer) $140,000 RNA
Hip 1361 – (Onza) $27,000 RNA
Hip 310 – (Dowell House) $260,000 Hartley/De Renzo
Hip 280 – (Dancing Flame) out
Hip 318 – (Easter Bunnette) $235,000 RNA
Hip 278 – (Danceinthesunlight) out
Hip 484 – (Malvinia) out
Hip 1639 – (Front and Center) $70,000 Kazakov
Hip 1740 – (Media Madness) $150,000 Parker Place Racing
Pioneerof the Nile
Hip 888 – (Katz Me If You Can) $280,000 WD North TBs
Hip 1164 – (Cool Storm) out
Hip 1274 – (Hurricane Flag) $475,000 Sallusto & Albina Agent
Hip 36 – (Society Pages $150,000 Two Brothers Stable
Hip 186 – (Art Teacher out
Hip 193 – (Awesome Fleet out
Hip 1188 – (Donnay $22,000 RNA
Hip 1132 – (Be Smart $200,000 Silver Creek Thoroughbreds
Hip 1029 – (Snicker Belle $45,000 RNA
Hip 715 – (Alyssum) $90,000 Bruno DeBerdt Agent
Hip 2137 – (Mesa Fresca) $140,000 H. Hatch, Agent 1
Hip 656 – (Subeen) $75,000 Winchell TBs
Hip 2275 – (St. Malo’s Gate) $47,000 RNA
Hip 2540 – (Late Romance) $20,000 Francisco D’Angelo, Agent
Hip 2781 – (Captivating Lass)
Hip 976 – (Private Gift) $100,000 RNA
Hip 354 – (Fiscal Year) $72,000 Group 7C
Hip 46 – (Spirited Away) $70,000 RNA
Hip 104 – (Trensa) $200,000 Kempton
Hip 1965 – Bell’s Shoes) $210,000 Mike Ryan, Agent
Hip 1224 – High Chaparral/Fire Fairy $70,000 Paul Moroney Bloodstock
Hip 291 – Orb/Deep Feeling $300,000 Mayberry Farm
Hip 2001 – Treasure Beach/Cold Blooded $27,000 Parrish Farms
Hip 2471 – Lonhro/Fly the Colors $60,000 North American Thorouhbreds
Hip 289 – Frankel/Debonnaire $325,000 RNA
Hip 563 – War Front/Praise $100,000 Blandford Bloodstock
Hip 2210 – Tale of Ekati/Regally Bred $45,000 RNA
Hip 2138 – Temple City/Mien $200,000 RNA
Hip 96 – Redoute's Choice/Thislillightofmine out
Hip 192 – Sea The Stars/Awesome d’Oro $250,000 Calumet Farm
Hip 2015 – Sky Mesa/Dance Fever $5,000 Eisaman Equine
The ability to know how a horse may perform on the racetrack is a valuable resource not only for handicappers but it also is a valuable tool for breeders who want to know how to make the best breeding decisions and for buyers at auction who want to make the wisest investments.
Like an intricate puzzle, the pedigree contains many secrets of what champions are made of and everything one needs to know about the horse, from the physical conformational characteristics to the emotional and behavioral traits, can be found in the pedigree if one knows the families, Ancestral Herd that formed the foal.
The Classic Champion Thoroughbred Profile® software unlocks the secret of the pedigree and Ancestral Herd to identify which horses have the potential to be top-quality stakes winners or, perhaps, a classic champion.
If you are planning to breed, or purchase at auction, a potential classic-winning Thoroughbred, the Classic Champion Thoroughbred Profile® is the analytical tool you need to take the guesswork out of buying and breeding champion racehorses.
The empirical data of the Classic Champion Thoroughbred Profile® will easily show you which horses have the potential to be classic champions while other horses may only be quality stakes winners.
The profile will give you the important information necessary to make the best decisions and investments when breeding or buying horses at auction. For a free consultation, please contact us at my website Classic Champion Thoroughbreds, LLC.