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Leading young horse sire statistics



By David Williams • Special to the WHR

Statistics of the production of a stallion give you a true measure of how well a stallion is reproducing his talent. To better see how the leading stallions measure up we analyzed the stallions production compared to his offspring’s success in the show ring. Click here to see a snapshot of a stallions breeding success.

The resulting tables are for Tennessee Walking Horses shown as two, three and four-year-olds in 2018 ONLY. For a sire to be recognized, he had to have at least three different ribbon-winning offspring in these age groups combined. Some stallion listed may only have two-year-olds and some two and three-year-olds only, etcetera.

Open and Amateur classes designated for horses two, three, or four-years-old were combined in these  statistics. Flat shod classes designated for four and under were also included.

Each sire is grouped according to their production volume. They are listed in the order of percentage of get successful in the show ring. The columns are as follows; production group, sire name, season when stallion began breeding, total points won by get in 2018, total ribbons won by get in 2018, average points per get in 2018, number of ribbon winning get in 2018, total registered get born from 10/01/2013 thru 9/30/2016, the percentage of total get successful in the show ring, the number of performance ribbon winning get and the number of flat shod ribbon winning get. We also included this year columns showing each stallion’s offspring

Celebration results in those classes designated for horses under saddle two, three, and four-years-old or for flat shod four and under. Listed are their World Grand Champions, World Champions and Total Celebration

Ribbons won by get in 2018in those divisions. Again, all of these statistics are only for those classes, that a sire’s offspring were shown under saddle that were designated as a four-year-old or under class.

Data sources were, TWHBEA Premium Ipeds, The Walking Horse Report Online “Stallion Report” and “Progeny Search”.

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