Talk around the H&R office today focuses on the sale of $58 million cutting sire High Brow Cat. No, we don’t cover a lot of cutting news, but a sale like this one can’t be ignored. In fact, a few of us were just talking about how his clone foal, due this spring, will turn out and if he will produce the same event-winning genes his “sire” (do you even call it that with a clone?) has passed onto his offspring.

This morning, American Horse Publications distributed a press release, written by Pacific Range Design, with the following facts about High Brow Cat. His record is nothing short of stellar. Check them out, and let us know what you think!

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