Discover how to make the transition from racing stallion to standing at stud - and being successful at it.
Turning an active racing filly into breeding stock is not about sending an athlete into an easy, idle retirement. Rather, it’s the start of a new career.
Gayle Bosscher and Arika Everatt-Meeuse share the secrets of successfully handling studs.
Breeding science for the 21st century.
A detailed look at the art of racehorse breeding, including linebreeding, breeding strategies and research regarding so-called “speed genes.”
The first few seasons at stud for a new stallion can make or break a new career. This article highlights the keys to getting off to a fast start.
Many of the greatest racehorses who ever lived had little success at stud, while far more modest racehorses became very successful sires and broodmares.
Although today's racehorses surely don't get the foundation of long, slow works they once did, however, they have grown too fragile as a breed.
Tactics for maintaining your broodmare's cycle.
Thoroughbred breeding involves producing winning racehorses and, often more importantly, producing racehorses that will create quality offspring.
Three-year-old filly Biofuel was named Canada’s Horse of the Year for 2010, after winning four stakes in her six starts. Read this article to learn more.