Own your own piece of Thoroughbred History!
Al-Beau Corporation is now accepting investors
for the historical matching of two of horse racing's
finest pedigrees: Albert The Great's siring of
Notes from Leo Chasse:
day I read that Albert The Great was to be retired
after the Breeders Cup in 2001. He was to stand
at Three Chimneys Farm in Midway, Kentucky, and
they would be selecting just a very few mares
to breed to him. At the time Beauett was at my
small farm in Dracut. She was resting up from
a small injury that she received in a $16,000
claiming race. She ran third that day; even with
the injury; her heart was moving her forward.
After I read the article on Alberts
retirement, I took a good look at Beauetts
pedigree, ran a few numbers matching her with
Albert and was amazed at the outcome.
same day I e-mailed the Three Chimneys expert
on pedigree, Ed Anthony, and asked him if they
would consider Beauett, for Alberts first
breeding season. The very next day I received
a positive response.
She is now back at my small farm in Dracut
carrying one of Albert The Greats first
Provided there are no complications, she
will have the foal in early 2003."