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Welcome to Brain International

Brain International has been providing compatibility ratings for over twenty years to owners, breeders, yearling sale buyers and stud farms from around the world (including England, Ireland, France, Australia, New Zealand, USA, South Africa and more). We have determined, from our analysis of thousands of pedigrees, that the most successful racehorses are those with pedigrees in which the genetic strengths of both the sire and dam are correctly matched.

Services Offered

Broodmare analysis

Broodmare analysis

We present the breeder with a list of the top 30 stallions rated in order of compatibility with the mare.

Analysis of Yearlings

Analysis of Yearlings

We use our system to analyse individual matings and make recommendations based on the compatibility rating.

Brain International can help you race and breed more successfully. Contact Us Now.

The Brain Pedigree Analysis system is the product of 30 years of research and uses state-of-the-art computer programs with which to analyse pedigrees.

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News

Recent news items demonstrating the success of the Brain system of scientific pedigree analysis.

 

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Representatives

Our Australian/New Zealand representative Louis Mihalyka will be pleased to discuss any requests you may have for pedigree analysis within Australasia.

 

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System explained

We have determined, from our analysis of thousands of pedigrees, that the most successful racehorses are those with pedigrees in which the genetic strengths of both the sire and dam are correctly matched.

 

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Background

Despite considerable advances in the field of genetics, geneticists have been unable to identify genes responsible for basic characteristics of the Thoroughbred such as speed or stamina. When you consider that in “time” terms the difference in speed performance between a Derby winner and a poor handicapper is only about 5 to 6%, this is hardly surprising.

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For mating planning advice please contact us