GET IT GIZMO
Back in February 2016, Victorian breeder Harry Manolitsis contacted Pedigrees By Design for an analysis for his broodbitch Dasha. This is what we told him ... and what resulted in Saturday night's Group 1 Topgun winner GET IT GIZMO.
(Go Wild Teddy-Outlandish by Collision)
This bitch is unraced. Her dam Outlandish started three times for a Meadows win in a feature Maiden final. Next dam Tocsin won four races and was a Meadows 600m winner. Outlandish is a litter sister to the sensational Phenomenal a multiple Group performer and city winner who got a middle distance.
The pedigree of Dasha was designed for speed, speed, speed because it is so intensely in-bred to similar ancestors all of who produce pace. You will see that Go Wild Teddy is bred along similar lines to Collision. Both carry the half brothers Acacia Park and Brother Fox.
Then, Go Wild Teddy is also bred on a reverse cross to Token Prince. Go Wild Teddy is a grandson of Walkabout Sid and out of a daughter of Malawi's Prince. Token Prince is a SON of Malawi's Prince and his dam is by Amerigo Man the litter brother to Walkabout Sid. Add to this the fact we also bring in Head Honcho and his half sister Skyline Miss 2x5.
This is a fabulous cross found in many great gallopers including Lady Toy and the Group 1 sprinter Amakler Girl. However, I doubt it would have had much of a chance of impacting upon Dasha and her littermates. Dasha carries THREE crosses of Malawi's Prince, two via daughters the other via a son. There is even more intensity in this pedigree. The direct damline of Go Wild Teddy and Pure Octane both trace directly to the famed foundation bitch Classy Val.
You said this bitch MUST be mated to get strength into her progeny and I have provided a number of recommendations based upon that train of thought. One of my suggestions (Turanza Bale) might be impossible to access and maybe a bit costly for Dasha … but there are other alternatives for the same theme.
So to some recommendations.
(Craigie Mo Town-Greys Free Style)
The Derby Lane Sprint Classic winner, he was sent to Ireland where he has become an instant hit at stud. That never surprised me because his damsire is Fortress who was Irish bred and full of fabulous bloodlines (mostly supplied by Pat Dalton) to link with the Irish bitches he would mate. This is exactly what has happened. He is a leading sire there.
Kinloch Brae is doing exceptionally well in Australia even though he was a bit slow to get started. But in recent months his pups are winning everything, sprint and distance, and in Group class. His son Asa Flying Spur is the winner of the Group 1 Paws of Thunder, son Brad Hill Billy is a multiple Group winner, the sensational Group 1 class bitch Angie Rocks, Paul Stuart's great litter that includes Tureaud, Paul Wheeler's multiple Group finalist Amaro Bale, WA Derby winner Fun Boss, Jason Thompson's star Moreira, top stayer Serena Nimbus, Australian Sprint winner Polijuice Potion, and of course the top flight Victorian Blazin' Bomber are all by Kinloch Brae.
While this mating might appear to be a total outcross, apart from the US influences it will create, there is much proven about it.
I believe you should mate Dasha to Kinloch Brae … and if you wish, keep doing the mating.
Most of the best progeny in Australia sired by Kinloch Brae are bred on the theme we will create in this mating. That is a saturation of Malawi's Prince in the broodbitch's make-up.
I suggest you look at the pedigree of Kinloch Brae's classy offspring Blazin' Bomber and Brad Hill Billy. Blazin' Bomber's direct damline is exactly the same as Dasha tracing to Regal Blaze a litter sister to your bitch's second dam Tocsin. Brad Hill Billy's dam is by Go Wild Teddy (the sire of Dasha) and she is in-bred to Malawi's Prince.
I would have no hesitation in using Kinloch Brae for Dasha … and repeat it again and again if you wish.