Courtesy Avalyn Hunter, Blood-Horse
Wildcat Heir isn't a great sire if one is looking for a potential classic runner. He is, in fact, pretty one-dimensional: he gets speed, often with a good dollop of precocity thrown in. But what he does, he does well. The sire of 25% juvenile winners and 66% winners from foals 3 years of age and older over his career, Wildcat Heir gets solid sprinters that can handle a variety of surfaces, stay reasonably sound, and usually train on well.
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