Thanks for the link!BaroqueAgain1 wrote: ↑Tue Sep 11, 2018 4:11 pmI think that the physical on these youngsters may be as...or more...important to buyers than their pedigrees. As we could see from all those Joe Neville Twitter photos of yearlings, many of these babies still have baby bellies, big heads and high rumps. It's a gamble to buy one and hope that it will grow up and out of those.
Lots of casual portraits at his Twitter site:
I wonder if part of it is the change in the sales format this year? It seems like there are more yearlings with lackluster pages in the first two days. I wonder if they'll go back to the shorter, more elite Book 1 format next year.