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Samples of DNA from 361 steers, 39 sires, and 17 grandsires were prepared from blood according to standard protocols, and the DNA concentration was adjusted to 20 ng/[micro]l.
Given this larger design, sampling effects of 72 sires and 25 paternal grandsires, the small estimates of paternal effects (i.
Before we look at the achievements of Danehill and Zafonic, a word about grandsires.
It was a magnificent result for Nick Savva, who has at last won the Derby with a home-bred, and while the winner's Australian grandsires reflect changes in the breeding scene since the kennel's early triumphs, his pedigree contains the traditional Westmead lines productive of his father Sonic Flight and great grand-sire Mustang Jack.
The August 1996 dog has fairly close Irish connections, being inbred 3 x 3 to Shelbourne's former 750 yards record holder Waverly Supreme, progenitor of his grandsires Malawi and Chariot Supreme.
Both of his grandsires, and all four of his great-grandsires, have got top weight-for-age performers at a mile and a half.
Rutland Budgie's dam Yasmin Jade was inbred 3 x 3 to I'm Slippy, who was the progenitor of her grandsires Murlens Slippy and Aulton Slippy, so here we have another case of Come On Ranger making a successful alliance with a bitch closely connected to his own maternal grandsire.
Other maternal grandsires with at least two stakes winners by Generous are Kris (Catella and Fahris, while full-brother Diesis is maternal grandsire of Yorkshire) and Vaguely Noble (Erudite, High Roller and Tenuous).
This is the place to find just how well those first-season sires did, which maternal grandsires excelled, and how stallions did fertility-wise.
Winning times, race distances and venues are shown in the winners' form lines, while their pedigree details provide access to the big picture of breeding statistics relating to their sires, dams and maternal grandsires.
They are then tabulated in three separate categories according to their sires, dams and maternal grandsires.