As the world’s leading Pedigree Analysis program for thoroughbred breeders, the Australian based G1 Goldmine boasts over 2800 users across 24 countries.
G1 Goldmine’s comprehensive 20/20 Broodmare Report provides a unique and informed insight into the Top 40 most compatible Stallions for the mare. The report includes three main features – the Aptitude Profile, which visualises past stakes winners with a similar breeding pattern, the 4×4 Impact Profile measures the strength of key crosses within a pedigree by comparing the potential number of stakes winners to actual stakes winners recorded, and the Stallion Match to identify the top graded stakes winners around that world that have similar pedigree pattern combinations to your mating.
One breeder experiencing considerable success with the G1 Goldmine reports is Victorian breeder, Esker Lodge and Australian Thoroughbred Bloodstock’s Darren Dance.
“I use the G1 Goldmine Broodmare Reports for all my matings,” said Darren.
By former Rosemont Stud stallion Toorak Toff, SOCIAL SPIN is out of Darren’s mare Pirouettes. Darren used the Goldmine reports to select the matching.
Pirouettes also produced dual Group 2 winner La Passe. With a yearling to Wyndholm Park’s Crackerjack King, she has now been retired from broodmare duties.
Trained by Mick Price and Michael Kent Jnr, Social Spin is raced by Australian Thoroughbred Bloodstock and a big group of owners. With four wins so far from 10 starts, he has also secured three second placings. He wrapped up his last campaign finishing in fifth place in February’s G2 Autumn Stakes behind Hawkshot.
By the Canny Lass mare Rock Diva, WANTED DIVA is another of Darren’s Goldmine success stories. After two wins, the mare was retired to the breeding barn last season and is close to dropping a foal by Aquis Farm’s Group 3 winner and stakes placed sire JUKEBOX (Snitzel). Not only did Darren use a Goldmine report to determine this matching, he also used the report with the progeny of Rock Diva, which also includes Listed winner Rockolicious.
The 4-year old gelding SIRIUS SUSPECT is out of Darren’s Galileo (IRE) mare Sirius Miss. She was matched with former Eliza Park stallion Wanted, after the Goldmine report determined he was one of the better matches for her based on their pedigrees.
Trained by Saab Hasan at Flemington, Sirius Suspect is a 5-time winner, with another 5 places on his record, from a total of 16 starts. In his most recent start on 20th July, he started the $4.60 favourite and showed blistering speed to outrun his rivals over the 1200-metre trip.
As a valued partner, G1 Goldmine provides TBV Members with a complimentary 20/20 Broodmare report, valued at $240.