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Offline Skybeau

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O.P. « 2015-Dec-23, 11:55 AM »
Winner of 35 from 44, almost $1.3m in prizemoney. Standing at Meticulous Lodge for $5,500.

http://www.heraldsun.com.au/sport/superracing/vic-racing/superstar-greyhound-fernando-bale-retired-to-stud/news-story/92d395691c0f13b26b8a0421da232087

Fernando Bale

Breeding: Kelso’s Fuslieer x Chloe Allen
Whelped: 12/3/13
Owner/breeder: Paul Wheeler
Trainer: Andrea Dailly
Debut: 3/12/14 (4th at The Meadows)
Maiden win: 24/12/14 (at The Meadows, third career start)
Starts: 44
Record: 35-3-2
Prize money: $1,299,370
Average prize money per start: $29,531
Group race finals: 11
WON Group 1 Harrison-Dawson (Sandown Park)
WON Group 1 Topgun (The Meadows)
WON Group 1 Golden Easter Egg (Wentworth Park)
WON Group 1 Adelaide Cup (Angle Park)
WON Group 1 National Sprint Championship (Wentworth Park)
WON Group 1 Maturity (The Meadows)
WON Group 1 National Derby (Wentworth Park)
WON Group 1 Peter Mosman (Wentworth Park)
WON Group 2 Traralgon Cup
WON Group 2 Bendigo Cup
WON Group 3 Bill Collins
2nd Group 1 TAB Melbourne Cup
Tracks raced at: 8 (and won at all 8)
Biggest win: 11.25 lengths
Smallest win: Neck
Average winning margin: 5.32 lengths
Best of Night wins: 29
Average starting price: $1.87
Started odds on: 31 (including his last 22 starts at an average staring price of $1.27)
Started favourite: 41 (including his last 30 starts)
Longest price: $7.60
Shortest price: $1.04 (a TAB record)
Longest winning streak: 16
« Last Edit: 2015-Dec-24, 10:12 AM by Skybeau »

Offline Gintara

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« 2015-Dec-23, 12:12 PM Reply #1 »
I think that's pretty reasonable too 👍

Offline Skybeau

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« 2015-Dec-23, 12:18 PM Reply #2 »
What did Brett Lee start out at?

Offline Gintara

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« 2015-Dec-23, 12:24 PM Reply #3 »
It was a different era but I think it was $3300 🤔

Online fours

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« 2015-Dec-23, 02:21 PM Reply #4 »
Hmmm,

Chanpion race horses with a decent number of races are normally breeding chumps but wha is the story with dogs?

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« 2015-Dec-23, 02:23 PM Reply #5 »
Hmmm,

Chanpion race horses with a decent number of races are normally breeding chumps but wha is the story with dogs?

Fours

That is a bit of a firthy.


Offline PoisonPen7

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« 2015-Dec-23, 06:09 PM Reply #6 »
Hmmm,

Chanpion race horses with a decent number of races are normally breeding chumps but wha is the story with dogs?

Fours

Brother Fox and Brett Lee were pretty successful at stud, weren't they?  :what:

Online fours

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« 2015-Dec-23, 10:41 PM Reply #7 »
You reckon?

Sunline and Makybe Diva for starters

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Offline Skybeau

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« 2015-Dec-24, 06:43 AM Reply #8 »
Don't think you can compare stallions who will have 1000's of cracks at producing something good versus a mare who may only have 10 in their lifetime.


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