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Kelly L Haggerty
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California Chrome sprinters

Post by Kelly L Haggerty » 2 months ago

Has anyone else had a CA Chrome sprinter? I’ve got one that’s doing nicely for me, but in a quick glance through his offspring I didn’t notice any other stakes sprinters. Now I am sorta wondering…maybe mine isn’t really a sprinter lol.

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Tom Mudgett
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Re: California Chrome sprinters

Post by Tom Mudgett » 2 months ago

Chrome is definitely one of the go to dm game point sires, beyond that I don't know.
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Re: California Chrome sprinters

Post by The Steward » 2 months ago

Yours is definitely good at sprinting, and he's equally good sprint/1 1/16/mile. At 1 1/8 and beyond it gets questionable. I love your filly and would buy :-)
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Re: California Chrome sprinters

Post by Kelly L Haggerty » 2 months ago

The Steward wrote:
2 months ago
Yours is definitely good at sprinting, and he's equally good sprint/1 1/16/mile. At 1 1/8 and beyond it gets questionable. I love your filly and would buy :-)
Oooo😯

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Re: California Chrome sprinters

Post by Paul Sellers » 2 months ago

Me, when The Stew gets on and gives hints about my horses.

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Re: California Chrome sprinters

Post by Paul Sellers » 2 months ago

Kelly L Haggerty wrote:
2 months ago

Oooo😯
This girl finished 2nd in the SC F&M Sprint, and Em messaged me and was like, "You know... she is actually a miler." *mind blown*
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Re: California Chrome sprinters

Post by Tim Matthews » 2 months ago

The Steward wrote:
2 months ago
Yours is definitely good at sprinting, and he's equally good sprint/1 1/16/mile. At 1 1/8 and beyond it gets questionable. I love your filly and would buy :-)
This is a filly with WOGS as the dam sire? And it can run 1 1/16?
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Re: California Chrome sprinters

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Tim Matthews wrote:
2 months ago
The Steward wrote:
2 months ago
Yours is definitely good at sprinting, and he's equally good sprint/1 1/16/mile. At 1 1/8 and beyond it gets questionable. I love your filly and would buy :-)
This is a filly with WOGS as the dam sire? And it can run 1 1/16?
No, he being California Chrome, not he being a filly.
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Re: California Chrome sprinters

Post by Tim Matthews » 2 months ago

The Steward wrote:
2 months ago
Tim Matthews wrote:
2 months ago
The Steward wrote:
2 months ago
Yours is definitely good at sprinting, and he's equally good sprint/1 1/16/mile. At 1 1/8 and beyond it gets questionable. I love your filly and would buy :-)
This is a filly with WOGS as the dam sire? And it can run 1 1/16?
No, he being California Chrome, not he being a filly.
You should know by now that I cannot read.
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Kelly L Haggerty
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Re: California Chrome sprinters

Post by Kelly L Haggerty » 2 months ago

Paul Sellers wrote:
2 months ago
Me, when The Stew gets on and gives hints about my horses.

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I read the post a few times last night to make sure my eyes had worked properly and I wasn't having delusions The filly's figs have been modest and she's a LB, so I've kept her pretty sheltered. She'll get to try tougher questions this year. And she can be my first headshot horse. I was saving that honor for my first G1 winner, but a Steward thumbs-up is just as good!

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