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How Message 54 did.
There was no Ran/Mr P sire lines in the top 5..
Medina Spirit has 2 lines of La Troienne in a passing position
He's Loaded with all 4 Large Heart sires in A passing Position
he has both first crop Sire and Dam that' been positive the last few years
La Troienne and Princequillo
The Peter Pan is a Joke Overtook Needs a trainer that will give him more attention.
Pletcher , Ugh should be the best in thyis group.
A joke indeed! 1:13.20 for the 6f?!? 15 lengths slower than the claiming race in the 1st!?! I can't imagine any of these being competitive in the Belmont
I put that up before the race, I was glancing at the PP's, saw only 5 were running. that's a joke
Peeked at the Pedigrees looked at Overtook the Millionaire owned by Coolmore and the Vitamin water guy
He's a Blueblood cull or somebody else besides Pletcher should train him.
That 6f time was faster than I thought it was.
totall agree. this work is amazing!
The number of key Tail female families within 5 generations in Derby Winners.
Stand alone angle for the Win 5/20/21
Belmont Stakes: 6 qualifiers
4 or more Tf Families in 5 generation chart listed,: at least 4 horses counted
For each TF family listed within 5 generations, 1st family listed Tail Family 6 or more
if more than 6 listed it got help somewhere else within 5 generations
the same for Sire family tf more than 5 and Bms Line if more than 4.
2nd Family listed Sire Family 5 or more 3rd Family listed BMSire Family 4 or more.
also listed families with at least 4 horses or more within 5 generations.