I rather like him even with his very overdone breeding of the Mr. P top line crossed with the ND top line. I know some don't like Mr. P, but I don't mind seeing him once as he throws some very athletic get (along with crooked legs.) I really like the In Reality line and it's crossed with the What a Pleasure line both very nice for sport. (Where's BFNE she particularly loves seeing WaP!)
I don't know anything about Bambee T T but love her on paper as she's got a Dollar line (wonderful for jump) crossed with Tourbillion line (Another one of those French Herod lines that is my favorite to see for sport!)
Clarksdale, MS--the golden buckle on the cotton belt
He's very much a "fashion bred". I'd hope your friend has the money for maintenance because he looks pretty high maintenance to me. I will say that Gone West is one of the best of the Mr. P's, but Relaunch has got a reputation for less than ideally "sound in work" horses.
Trajectory had only ten starts, was in the money in 9 of them. No black type. He's usually the sort of horse who would keep on racing if he could.
Soiled Dove is very interesting. She had 4 starts and was a winner. She was a 1987 model who had no listed foals in my 1920-1995 APR. That means she either started racing very late, or someone waited a very long time before she was bred. Kind of makes you wonder what she was actually doing.
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