Pedigree Query

UNFETTERED -- A hidden gem!
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Author:  Jorge [ Wed Mar 25, 2015 11:20 am ]
Post subject:  UNFETTERED -- A hidden gem!

UNFETTERED (gr/ro H 2010)

The more this horse late-develops the more he is unfolding as a hidden gem.
Not only does he possess brilliant racing credentials but also he represents the
beautiful talents of his fading-away sire. This lineage deserves to be preserved
and fully developed. Makes me remember Bold Reasoning.

Logon to: ... -3-24-2015
Then go to photo #19. (“Unfettered out classed the rest of the field in the Bill Thomas Memorial Stakes at Sunland Park.”)

Author:  Jorge [ Mon Mar 30, 2015 10:19 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: UNFETTERED -- A hidden gem!

Take a look at UNFETTERED's racing performances
Pure precocity and scintillating speed. And best of all,
by one of Unbridled's Song most promising sons
(Rockport Harbor) who didn't have the most of luck.

:21.75 (2 furlongs) Leading
:43.72 (4 furlongs) Leading
:55.95 (5 furlongs) Leading
1:08.09 (6 furlongs)WON
1:02.90 (5-1/2 furlongs) WON
1:38.00 (One Mile) WON
:22.43 (2 furlongs) Leading
:45.19 (4 furlongs) Leading
:57.35 (5 furlongs) Leading
1:10.15 (6 Furlongs) Won
:22.23 (2 furlongs) Leading
:44.46 (4 furlongs) Leading
1:02.56 (Second by half-a- length off)
:43.57(4 furlongs) Leading
1:07.35 (6 furlongs approximate) Leading
1:13.77 (6-1/2 furlongs) Won

Do you agree on him being a hidden gem
both at the track and future sire? Comments?

Author:  Jorge [ Wed Apr 15, 2015 10:27 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: UNFETTERED -- A hidden gem!

According to:

The following nomenclature for Unfettered (Rockport Harbor):

"UNFETTERED SI 94" means:

SI - Followed by a number is the Speed Index (the speed rating) of a horse. The SI number often is listed after a horse’s name, like My Best Friend SI 90. A horse receives a speed index number every time he races at an AQHA-recognized track. The speed index system was developed as a way to compare horses in races run on different tracks. Ratings in the 70s are considered good, 80s very good, 90s fast and 100+ very fast.

Quite interesting!

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