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EXCLUSIVE 3: Climate's Input Into Performance

Friday, 4th November 2011

Notwithstanding pedigree’s input into distance aptitude, leading equine researcher Renee Geelen has produced a thought-provoking statistical analysis that largely supports the theory that climate plays a significant role in distance aptitude. Her findings substantiate that while “every location we looked at was capable of breeding both stayers and sprinters” certain climates are more conducive to breeding sprinting or staying types. (For a preview of the exclusive report "Climate’s Input Into Performance” click on the direct link to the story on the right-hand-side of this page.)

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