Dosages and the horses behind the theory

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Updated ANZ chefs-de-race

Dubawi (I/S)

Pins (I/S)

Exceed and Excel (B)

Pivotal (I/C)

Fastnet Rock (B/C)

Rossendale (C)

Galileo (C/S)

Seeking The Gold (I)

High Chaparral (C)

Shamardal (I/C)

Hussonet (I)

Storm Cat (I)

I Am Invincible (B)

Sunday Silence (C)

Lonhro (I)

Testa Rossa (B/I)

Made of Gold (B)

Thorn Park (I/C)

Northern Meteor (B)

The Welkin (B/C)

Pantheon (S)

Thunder Gulch (C)

Peintre Celebre (I/C)

Woodman (I/S)

This represents the additions to our ANZ list only.  For the full list of chefs-de-race, including those of Dr Roman, please go to one of our associated sites at - -

About the recent additions

It has been some time since Dr Roman updated his list of chefs-de-race, and given his retirement, it was essential that this work continued.  Working closely with John Hutchinson of Scone Bloodstock, we can proudly announce the new list of chefs-de-race that will help bring the study of dosage forward into the new year by including some of the stallions who are leading influences in the thoroughbred.  I will explain in a short while some of the thinking behind the updates, and how we have included a number of overseas influences who we think are essential in our understanding of the modern breed.  Largely these have been influences that we have seen in Australia, but a couple need little introduction.  No doubt there is more work to do, and we have also included a couple of historical influences that will be part of a project to recognise the influences that shaped the Australasian thoroughbred throughout the 20th century.  

Ross Prowd

Progold Thoroughbreds