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    Nathan Hughes
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    Does anyone have a list of 1st season sires for the up and coming flat season.
    Can’t wait to see what Toronado has produced. :yahoo:

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    Nathan, in answer to your question about TORONADO he reportedly he completed 139 coverings and on the figures I have, provided by my friend Gary, has 90 foals. The number of foals may well increase as returns are not always complete.

    Other sires’ figures:

    ALHEBAYEB 175 coverings 120 foals

    AUSTRALIA 157 – 90

    BATTLE OF MARENGO 110 – 60

    BUNGLE INTHEJUNGLE 117 – 87

    CHARM SPIRIT 130 – 79

    COACH HOUSE 102 – 71

    DUNADEN 87 – 54

    ES QUE LOVE 63 – 37

    GALE FORCE TEN 152 – 87

    GARSWOOD 99 – 70

    GREGORIAN 111 – 78

    HEERAAT 93 – 67

    JET AWAY 151 – 99

    KINGMAN 138 – 105

    LEADING LIGHT (NH stallion) 274 (phew) – 172

    LIBERTARIAN 92 – 50

    MOOHAAJIM 52 – 28

    MORPHEUS 129 – 92

    MUKHADRAM 117 – 84

    NO NAY NEVER 118 – 78

    OCOVANGO (another NH Stallion) 265 – 182

    OLYMPIC GLORY 44 – 42

    RULER OF THE WORLD 54 – 36

    SEA THE MOON 102 – 62

    SLADE POWER 138 – 94

    TORONADO (again) 139 – 90

    VALIRANN 104 – 77

    WAR COMMAND 124 – 94

    At a later date I will do a fuller analysis of all of the sires that will have 2-y-o runners this season.

    Hope this helps, Nathan.

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    Nathan Hughes
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    Helps a lot Seabird, thank you very much
    Some exciting horses on that list
    and please pop in with any more info when you get it

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    Venture to Cognac
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    Nath, I’ll keep an eye out for the offspring of Bungleinthejungle, and Es Que Love, I liked the pair of them.

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    Bungle inthejungle, I had forgot about him

    memories

    https://www.stallionguide.com/stallions/bungle-inthejungle/

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    #1342287
    Nathan Hughes
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    If you click on video on that link it goes through his wins

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    He definitely had his moments.

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    First Season Sires 2018

    Top first season can be calculated in a number of ways, most total earnings, most winning earnings and the one some bookmakers offer prices on is on the total number of races a stallion’s offspring wins.

    Over the last three years the sire that has won the most races in a season has been one that has showed pace and class in his races on the track and a certain amount of precocity.

    2015 ZOFFANY (Best RPR 120) a Group 1 winner and successful over 6,7 and 8 furlongs and won on his 2-y-o debut.

    2016 SIR PRANCELOT (110) a Group 2 winning sprinter also won on his 2-y-o debut.

    2017 SOCIETY ROCK (122) a Group 1 winning sprinter who didn’t win on debut but won his second 2-y-o race.

    SIR PRANCEALOT the least classy of the three made up for that by having plenty of ammunition and finished well clear in his year’

    So if we are looking for this season’s champion freshman it should be amongst the classy sprinters who have plenty of ammunition.

    Here is a list of the most likely stallions to make an impression this year:

    The list includes the best Racing Post Rating achieved, the number of coverings and the number of live foals. The foals figure is likely to be lower than the actual foals produced as some studs are late returning the numbers.

    ALBAASIL – a Group 2 miler with a best RPR of 115 – 10 coverings and 10 foals.

    ALHEBAYEB – winner of the Group 2 July Stakes as a 2-y-o and won on his 2-y-o debut RPR 109 175 coverings 120 foals.

    ANODIN – high class miler who is a brother to Goldikova RPR 119 11 coverings 11 foals.

    AUSTRALIA – the Derby winner who is out of Ouija Board RPR 129 157 coverings 90 foals.

    BATTLE OF MARENGO – high-class winner at 2, 10 furlong winner at 3, RPR 118 coverings 110 foals

    BRAZEN BEAU – top-class sprinter in Australia no RPR, coverings 7 foals 7.

    BUNGLE INTHEJUNGLE – precocious Group 3 winner over 5f. as a 2-y-o RPR 108 coverings 117 foals 87.

    BURWAAZ – smart and precocious at 2 narrowly beaten in Group 2 Flying Childers RPR 109 18 coverings 18 foals.

    CAMERON HIGHLAND – listed winner over 11f. placed as a 2-y-o RPR 111 4 coverings 4 foals.

    CHARM SPIRIT – high class over 7f. as a 2-y-o, 3 times Group 1 winner over a mile RPR 124 130 coverings 79 foals.

    COACH HOUSE – precocious and very smart over 5-6f. as a 2-y-o, second in Group 2 5f. Norfolk RPR 104 102 coverings 71 foals.

    DUNADEN – top international middle distance/stayer, winner of the Melbourne Cup and Hong Kong Vase RPR 124 87 coverings 54 foals.

    EL SALVADOR – multiple 12 – 16f. winner, RPR 109 42 coverings 32 foals.

    ES QUE LOVE – useful sprint 2-y-o, winner of Group 2 Lennox Stakes RPR 116 63 coverings 37 foals (surprisingly low numbers!).

    GALE FORCE TEN – 6f. winner at 2, winner of Group 3 Jersey Stakes RPR 115 152 coverings 87 foals.

    GARSWOOD – 5f. listed winner at 2, winner of a Group 1 over 6.5f. on heavy at Deauville RPR 117 99 coverings 70 foals.

    GREGORIAN – a winner as a 2-y-o, winner of the Group 2 Hungerford over 7f. RPR 118 111 coverings 78 foals.

    HEERAAT – winner over 6f. at 2, winner of 6f. Backwood Stakes as a 4-y-o RPR 114 93 coverings 67 foals.

    JET AWAY – smart middle-distance performer, Group 3 winner in Australia RPR 116 151 coverings 99 foals.

    KINGMAN – high-class 7f. winner as a 2-y-o, winner of 8f. St. James’s Palace Stakes RPR 128 138 coverings 105 foals.

    LEADING LIGHT – top stayer, winner of Ascot Gold Cup and St. Leger (classed as a NH stallion) RPR 121 274 coverings 172 foals.

    LIBERTARIAN – unraced at 2, won Dante and ran second in the Derby RPR 118 92 coverings 50 foals.

    MEDIA HYPE – listed winner over 12f. RPR 104 3 coverings 1 foal.

    MOOHAAJIM – high-class sprint 2-y-o, was a close second in Group 1 Middle Park RPR 116 52 coverings 28 foals.

    MORPHEUS – half-brother to Frankel, 8f. handicapper RPR 95 129 coverings 92 foals.

    MR. MEDICI – 12f. Group 1 winner in Hong Kong RPR 121 8 coverings 6 foals.

    MUKHADRAM – top class 10-12f. performer won 2014 Coral Eclipse RPR 123 117c 84f.

    NO NAY NEVER – high-class sprinter at 2 and 3, won Norfolk and Morny RPR 117 118 coverings 78foals.

    NOBLE MISSION brother to Frankel top-class 8-12f winner, won Champion Stakes as a 5-y-o RPR 123 2 coverings 2 foals.

    OCOVANGO – winner over a mile at 2, 10f. Group 2 winner at three RPR 117 (classified as a NH stallion) 265 coverings 182 foals.

    OLYMPIC GLORY – top-class winner over 6 & 7f. at 2, won Group 1 Queen Elizabeth II as a 3-y-o in 2013. RPR 127 44 coverings 42 foals.

    QUEST FOR PEACE – high-class middle-distance performer , won Group 3 Cumberland Lodge 2011. RPR 116 51 coverings 28 foals.

    RULER OF THE WORLD – winner of the 2013 Derby. RPR 125 54 coverings 36 foals.

    SADDLER’S ROCK – high-class stayer winner of Group 2 Doncaster Cup. RPR 122 11 coverings 7 foals.

    SEA THE MOON – winner over a mile at 2 and easy winner of German Derby. RPR 122 102 coverings 62 foals.

    SLADE POWER – second on debut and 6f. winner on second run at 2, became top-class older sprinter, winning the Group 1 Diamond Jubilee over 6f. as a 5-y-o. RPR 123 138 coverings 94 foals.

    SOMMERABEND – very smart 7-11f. performer winning a 8f. Group 2 at St. Cloud as a 7-y-o. RPR 116 1 covering 1 foal.

    STRONG MANDATE – Grade 1 winner over 7f. (dirt) as a 2-y-o. RPR 114 1 covering 1 foal.

    SUN CENTRAL – useful middle-distance winner. RPR 114 19 coverings 13 foals.

    TORONADO – high class at 2, Group 1 winner at 3 and 4, won 2013 Sussex Stakes. RPR 129 139 coverings 90 foals.

    VALIRANN – high-class French stayer won 15f. Group 3 at Longchamp. RPR 111 104 coverings 77 foals.

    WAR COMMAND – winner of the Coventry and Dewhurst as a 2-y-o. RPR 118 124 coverings 94 foals.

    I am indebted to my friend, Gary, for the covering and foal figures.

    If anyone can find a market for Champion First Season Sire I would be very grateful if you could post it on this thread.

    Colin

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    Nathan Hughes
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    Good bit of info there Colin, thank you for sharing that.
    I will keep my eyes peeled for any market that may crop up
    Kingman looks an interesting one to me
    Price will be a factor but Who have you got your eye on Colin.?

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    #1343478

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    Keep coming back to Slade Power, Nathan.

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