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EXCLUSIVE 1: Key Traits Determine Horse's Ideal Distance

Friday, 29th October 2010

Yearling buyers beware: do you know whether "a forward-set wither, strong hind, muscular forearm & long body type" are more likely to be typical traits in a sprinter or a stayer? In the latest issue of Breeding&Racing Magazine (out this week) conformation expert Ross Brunt of Racehorse Conformation Scientific Research explains "distance gearing" & how "certain key conformation traits determine a horse's preferred distance". (For a preview of the exclusive report "Distance Gearing: Key Traits Determine Horse's Ideal Distance" click on the direct link to the story on the right-hand-side of this page.)

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