Anne Peters
P.O. Box 3926
Midway, KY 40347
(859) 846 - 9794





Mare Mating                         $400 per mare

Estimated size:  5 to 7 full pages of text with 6 to 10 additional pages of accompanying pedigree charts and hypothetical matings, varying with each report.

The body of the report is in four main parts.  The first part is a brief discussion of the mare's record on the track and as a breeding animal,
and those of her sire, dam, immediate family and offspring, if any.  This is to determine any patterns of aptitude (age of maturity, best distance, racing surface, soundness) and possible nicks. Special attention is paid to the stud record of her sire as a sire and as a broodmare sire for clues to best bloodline crosses, since these often reflect the genetic strengths and favored inbreeding patterns in that half of the pedigree.  

The second part is a more in-depth look at the mare's ancestry  from her six generation pedigree, which is supplied with the report.  Again,
patterns are noted regarding the closeness and frequency of inbreeding and other patterns in ancestry that might be significant, such as full
or half siblings or close genetic relatives.  Key bloodlines are then pinpointed that appear to be important in the stallion's genetic make-up. 

The third part is a summary of the key strains and best potential nicks that should work best with this mare, and suggested sources available
in the population.

The fourth part is a listing of five to ten suggested stallions based on her bloodlines, the owner's stud fee budget, breeding region and goals, followed by hypothetical matings for each.  

This report can be updated the next season at a discount to consider new stallions and any pedigree updates, but after two years the analysis needs to be fully revised considering the mare's age, production record, pedigree updates and market conditions.