G1 Goldmine TJ Smith Stakes Pedigree Analysis

Sponsored Content - by Tara Madgwick - Thursday April 8

This Saturday’s Group I ATC TJ Smith Stakes (1200m) features a stellar field of the 11 best sprinters in the country, so respected pedigree analysts G1 Goldmine have produced an in-depth pedigree report for each runner to shed light on the genetics behind their phenomenal speed.

Interesting to note that the key runners here all return distance aptitude that would suggest 1600m or further may be within their range.

It’s good food for thought in that maybe the really elite sprinter, as a battle hardened older horse, requires more than just pure speed in his or her genetics.

Click here to read the full report with cover explanation of how the analysis works.

1/ Bivouac – Not offered

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2/ Nature Strip – Inglis Premier Passed in Res $120,000

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3/ Eduardo – Not offered

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4/ Zoutori – Inglis Easter $160,000

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5/ Masked Crusader – Inglis Premier $340,000

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6/ Dirty Work – Inglis Easter $800,000

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7/ Order of Command – Not offered

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8/ Eleven Eleven – Magic Millions $230,000

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9/ Libertini – Not offered

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10/ Haut Brion Her – Not offered

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11/ September Run  - Inglis Premier $380,000

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