So...gallop improvers?

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Carole Hanson
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So...gallop improvers?

Post by Carole Hanson » 3 months ago

I got a couple:

Court of Roses-Allowance--->Stakes, but stayed progressive
See You in the Dark-Stakes---->Freak, late bloomer to peak

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Re: So...gallop improvers?

Post by David Velasquez » 3 months ago

congratulations

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Re: So...gallop improvers?

Post by Paul Sellers » 3 months ago

Are all freaks peak? Or no?
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Cross Counter (RL Melbourne Cup hero): $17,500 TM/AM
Little Stardom (GSW Stew-bred; outcross opportunity): $12,500 TR
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Re: So...gallop improvers?

Post by Cleo Patra » 3 months ago

Paul Sellers wrote:
3 months ago
Are all freaks peak? Or no?
No. I’ve had a least two late bloomer freaks.
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Re: So...gallop improvers?

Post by Paul Sellers » 3 months ago

That's helpful to know. My Stakes "Late Bloomer" keeps staying a Stakes and a Late Bloomer. Slightly disappointed. And my Allowance Late Bloomer w the amazing pedigree finally changed today ... To an Allowance Peak. *pout*
Now Standing:

Old Persian
(RL G1 winner): $53,000 TR/AR
Cross Counter (RL Melbourne Cup hero): $17,500 TM/AM
Little Stardom (GSW Stew-bred; outcross opportunity): $12,500 TR
Held For Ransom (Precocious Stew-bred GSW at 2 & 3): $6,000 TR

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Re: So...gallop improvers?

Post by Gwen Morse » 3 months ago

Paul Sellers wrote:
3 months ago
Are all freaks peak? Or no?
Drogon's Dream was a late blooming stakes when he was sent to me and then galloped freak over break.

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Re: So...gallop improvers?

Post by Rochelle Zahacy » 3 months ago

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My handsome TM boy Beau went from Stakes Late Bloomer to Freak Late Bloomer!!! I’m freaking out!

I also had 11 2yo+ horses improve to Stakes peak

Apparently Who Runs the World also went freak!
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Re: So...gallop improvers?

Post by Lisa Bennert » 3 months ago

I just got my first homebred thoroughbred freak , that is not a dirt router :)

I had a couple allowance thoroughbreds turn to stakes, but I've had a few of those already since the last gallop-change and pretty much all of them turned out to be useless, at least for me, so I'm not too optimistic for them yet.

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Re: So...gallop improvers?

Post by Danny Derby » 3 months ago

I had a bunch of improvers across all gallop levels, but just focusing on the ones that improved to freak because that's what we're all here for.

Yearling
Chrono Trigger

2-Year-Old
Club Thirty Three
Kobe
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Astro

3-year-old
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Re: So...gallop improvers?

Post by Darcy McBride » 3 months ago

Paul Sellers wrote:
3 months ago
Are all freaks peak? Or no?
Kentucky Storm was "born" a Freak Late Bloomer. Haven't galloped him since YR 54, so he may be a Peak by now.

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Re: So...gallop improvers?

Post by Dylan Christensen » 3 months ago

3 freak chasers and a whole lot of stakes flat throughbreds
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Re: So...gallop improvers?

Post by David Velasquez » 3 months ago

Dylan Christensen wrote:
3 months ago
3 freak chasers and a whole lot of freak flat throughbreds
:shock: :P

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Re: So...gallop improvers?

Post by Pete Vella » 3 months ago

Danny Derby wrote:
3 months ago
I had a bunch of improvers across all gallop levels, but just focusing on the ones that improved to freak because that's what we're all here for.

Yearling
Chrono Trigger

2-Year-Old
Club Thirty Three
Kobe
Luminary
Astro

3-year-old
Root Pack
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Re: So...gallop improvers?

Post by Lily Wilkins » 3 months ago

Just Baby Shark Doo Doo for me. Stakes Bloomer > Freak Peak.
I have like 5 other juvenile Stakes Bloomers in my barn who decided they aren't quite ready to bloom yet... Maybe I'll have an extra special Year 57 festivus!
Baby Shark Doo Doo is the first non-leased TB Freak i've ever had, so I am very excited <3
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Re: So...gallop improvers?

Post by Tim Matthews » 3 months ago

Had quite a few jump from allowance to stakes, but here's the ones I care about:

Half the Sky - stakes late bloomer to freak peak

St. Mary Lake - productive late bloomer to freak late bloomer. She only needs one piece and she's sound, unlike her very unsound father. Nice horse. This was the mare I was complaining about on The Morning Line podcast. @Cleo, consider our beef settled :P
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