El Kabeir

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“Upgrades his mares” is a proud claim often made of stallions, but the reality is that most stallions are only as good as the mares they receive. There are exceptions, of course, such as the $150,000 War Front and the $300,000 Tapit. These two currently rank first and third on the Blood-Horse's table of leading sires in order of their lifetime Average Earnings Indices (incidentally, it may pay to remember that Ghostzapper, the stallion in second place, is available for no more than $60,000).

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