G1 Goldmine Queen of the Turf Pedigree Analysis

Sponsored Content - by Tara Madgwick - Thursday April 15

This Saturday’s Group I ATC Queen of the Turf Stakes (1600m) at Randwick features the best mares in training, so what genetics go into making these glamour girls destined to be the star broodmares of the future.

Respected pedigree analysts G1 Goldmine have run the rule over all 13 runners producing an in-depth pedigree report shedding light on the genes behind their success with four of these mares already Group I winners – Probabeel, Collette, Nettoyer and Odeum.

 

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


1/ Probabeel (NZ) – NZB Karaka Book 1 $380,000

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2/ Colette – Not offered

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3/ Greysful Glamour – Inglis Easter $90,000

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4/ Nimalee – Inglis Premier $270,000

https://breednet.blob.core.windows.net/breednet/docs/G1Goldmine/QOTT_04.pdf

5/ Nettoyer – Inglis Easter $20,000

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6/ Quantum Mechanic – Inglis Easter $180,000

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7/ Vanna Girl – Inglis Classic $40,000

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8/ Rich Hips – Inglis Premier $130,000

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9/ All Saints Eve (NZ) – Not offered

Click to read her G21 Goldmine report.

10/ Missybeel (NZ) – Inglis Easter $210,000

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11/ Odeum – Magic Millions $420,000

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12/ Vangelic – Magic Millions $400,000

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13/ Starelle – Magic Millions Passed in Res $250,000

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