HomeAuthor Bill Oppenheim

September 1, 2021

[Published Bluebloods May/June 2020]  In the autumn of 1987, New York bloodstock agent Alan Quartucci signed for a 4-year-old Nijinsky II filly, Dancing Show, being sold by Ralph C. Wilson Jr, for $75,000 for New Zealand interests. She was bred to Miswaki on Southern Hemisphere time, and the resulting foal, named Umatilla, was a Group-1...

August 3, 2021

[published in Bluebloods JulyAug 2021] Designing Statistics: Sires Organized by year of first foals Ordinarily, consumers of data assume the statistical tables they’re looking at contain information which is both accurate and meaningful. After all, professionals working in this business want to know who the leading sires are not out of some vague or academic interest...



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