when you say half to yes yes yes, do you mean they're both by rubick and that's where their similarities end? if mare is in anyway related to yes yes yes then it should by rights be more than half.Would you invest in a filly/mare by Rubick? 2.5% or 5% share. Cost of horse is $200,000. Half sister to Yes Yes Yes.
Darren as in Weir in this letter.when you say half to yes yes yes, do you mean they're both by rubick and that's where their similarities end? if mare is in anyway related to yes yes yes then it should by rights be more than half.
as for rubick himself his blood will carry him further than his racing career and i have also thought about getting one and made my top 5 last year but would want to have a bit of size/scope and crossed with the right mare.
Yeah ok it was the one I thought. Reasonably bred can see why they liked the pedigree. I think the key in getting horses is trusting the people you get them off because it’s honestly a crapshoot and law of averages combined.
One of the guys at work owns 10% of Yes Yes Yes and has bought into this one as well.depends - how did you hear about it?
if they're shopping it to you and you're not a big owner i'd consider passing.
if you've been recommended to get into by a breeder or a vet or someone you know who was at the sale, then seems ok.
other reasons to get in are if you have a decent group of mates already in - fun to own a horse with other people you know rather than randoms.
Chances of getting a horse that ends up being a decent sire is minute. Yes Yes Yes might be an exception to the rule and make money at stud given he has started his career off ok. He still has a long way to golOne of the guys at work owns 10% of Yes Yes Yes and has bought into this one as well.
Yes Yes Yes is a colt though and can go to stud, bit more riskier with a mare. Will race it’s whole life so you’re hoping it makes a bit of coin. How much do broodmares make?
That’s interesting.Early - mid 90's my parents had shares in 2 horses.
Both trained by Hayes.
One was a dud, called Elegant Tinge.
But the other was excellent winning the Murray Bridge cup, other Metro wins and it even got a start in the 1992 Melbourne Cup! It's name was Brave Expectations, my old man always told me they wanted to scratch it from the Cup due to the deluge and heavy track, but the VRC wouldn't have it, as 3 were already scratched. Hayes was pissed
Brave wasn't the same after that, pulled up lame and never reached his peak again