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Dr Sieglinde McGee looks at the multiple Grade 1 winner Joshua Tree, off to a successful start at stud
By Dr Sieglinde McGee on 20 March 2020
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Michael Ross looks at the racing career and pedigree of classic winner Leading Light, whose first crop are now three-year-olds
By Michael Ross on 22 March 2019
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Dr Sieglinde McGee reviews Camelot who has sired three Group/Grade 1 winners in his first two crops
By Dr Sieglinde McGee on 01 February 2019
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Newly arrived at Burgage Stud, Jukebox Jury got a boost when he sired Grade 1 winner Farclas at Cheltenham
By Michael Ross on 06 April 2018
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A Derby winner who is sire of a Derby winner, there are few better quality stallions for the National Hunt sector than Pour Moi
By Dr Sieglinde McGee on 30 March 2018
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The classically-bred Tigris River would not be out of place in the winners' enclosure at Epsom, writes Leo Powell
By Leo Powell on 04 August 2017
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Sieglinde McGee reviews the Ascot Gold Cup winner and classic-winning, champion three-year-old stayer Leading Light
By Dr Sieglinde McGee on 07 April 2017
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In an exciting year when he will have his first runners, Camelot is reviewed by Dr Sieglinde McGee
By Dr Sieglinde McGee on 27 January 2017
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Galileo Gold represents the second crop of ace miler Paco Boy, the major winners in his family include an Arc and dual Derby hero, but his stamina beyond 10 furlongs is in doubt
By Dr Sieglinde McGee on 06 May 2016
Grade 1 wins for Crillon, Indian River, Kayf Tara, King's Theatre, Old Vic, Oscar, Presenting, Saddler Maker, Shirocco, Vendangeur & Walk In The Park; Group 1 wins for Elusive City, Makfi and Montjeu
By Dr Sieglinde McGee on 10 April 2016
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A classic winner and star stayer by Montjeu, Fame And Glory's relations include the multiple Group 1 stars Legatissimo and Farhh
By Dr Sieglinde McGee on 04 March 2016
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The classic-placed son of Montjeu is responsible for the brilliant young jumpers Douvan and Min
By Dr Sieglinde McGee on 04 March 2016
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Derby hero Pour Moi has a pattern-placed stakes winner and several eye-catching maiden race scorers among his earliest runners
By Dr Sieglinde McGee on 29 January 2016
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Tattersalls Ireland's Cheltenham December auction is previewed by Michael Ross
By Michael Ross on 04 December 2015
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Blue Hell is a grandson of Danehill, he comes from the family of the brilliant Montjeu and is also related to a pair of recent Group 1-winning milers
By Sieglinde McGee on 04 December 2015
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Leo Powell looks at Leading Light, the sire with the most mares among those covering for the first time in 2015
By Leo Powell on 20 November 2015
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Leo Powell examines the pedigree of Grade 2 winning hurdler Plinth, who could equally have been a classic winner on breeding
By Leo Powell on 09 October 2015
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Daragh Ó Conchúir asks some racing personalities about their memories of the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe and who will win this year
By Daragh Ó Conchúir on 02 October 2015
Another classic star for Azamour; 20th Group 1 winner for Dubawi; first-crop pattern winner for Dream Ahead and for second-season sire Starspangledbanner
By Sieglinde McGee on 19 July 2015
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Although Goldream comes from the immediate family of Montjeu there is a pedigree explanation for his sprinting talent
By Sieglinde McGee on 19 June 2015
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