Albatroz Bloodstock Agency, Inc. 

selected the following broodmares for his clients in the last five years.

Cara Rafaela as a yearling for US$ 70,000 - She was a grade 1 winner, second highest weight as juvenille IN USA with US$ 844,452 in career earnings. Now she is famous beeing the dam of the 2006 Travers and Preakness winner BERNADINI.

Becky's Shirt (CAN) was bought for US$ 14,000 as a broodmare and she produced the Breeders' Cup Sprint winner of 2003, CAJUN BEAT.

Pointed Path was bought for US$ 12,000 in foal to Rahy as a broodmare and she produced the Japonese Derby winner of 2003, NEO UNIVERSE.

Political Intrigue was bought for US$ 14,000 as a two years old, won three races, three seconds, and three thirds. Now she is famous beeing he dam of the dual Grade 1 winner in USA, REDATTORE.

And more 54 broodmares since the beginning in 1990, classic and Grade/Group 1 horses producers, such us:

Exclusive Star (BRZ-Oaks winner), Zimbamia (BRZ-Oaks), Autumn Lady (BRZ-One Thousand Guineas winner), Twafej (IRE-G1), Clair de Lune (BRZ-One Thousand Guineas), Classic Threat (CAN - G1), Reluctant Guest (USA-G1), Fantasy Flying (BRZ-G1), River Falls (BRZ-G1), Only Immensity (BRZ-G1), Energia Sky (BRZ-Champion 2yO), Little Baby Bear (BRZ-Champion 2yO), Jacopa del Sellaio (BRZ-One thousand Guineas Winner), Top Size (BRZ - Champion 2yO), Magnetic Eyes (ARG-G1), Bordelaise (ARG-G1), Arambare (BRZ- Two Thousand Guineas winner), Tallon (BRZ-G1), Mr. Fritchie (G1), Noble Minstrel (FR-G1), Pao com Ovo (BRZ-G1), Golden Wave (USA-G1), Hero's Sun (BRZ-G1), Blue Deep (BRZ-G1), etc...    





Thoroughbreds are like diamonds.Very difficult to find. We have buit our company studying the market, the bloodlines worldwide and buying thoroughbreds with profilic classic family lines at the major sales around the world. Albatroz Bloodstock Agency, Inc is pioneering on the idea of finding the diamond in the rough. This is our philosophy. We have the resources to pinpoint fresh stallions from viable families across the globe. If you want to find a fine diamond and do not care to spend money, go to Tiffany's.

With money you can buy anything.

We do not agree. Instead, we endeavor a winner by less obvious selection, by emphasis in expertise, and by the skill and knowledge of meeting the challenge to make something out of nothing. Not everyone is adept in this market. Expertise is needed to successfully maneveur and finish.

Seattle Slew, Sunday Silence, Alleged, Spectacular Bid, Da Hoss, Thunder Gulch,
Real Quiet, Silver Charm, Skip Away, Farma Way, Suave Dancer, Hector Protector, Lite Light and War Emblem are some of  the horses that have made millions or history.

They were all purchased in public auctions for less than $40,000. This is not an opinion.
This is another a fact!
Renato Gameiro



Every year one of the most watched and
anticipated events in the sports world is
the Kentucky Derby. To these who see
it each year it seems to be a magical
event that comes together every spring
like clockwork. Dueling thoroughbreds
racing down to the wire makes the event
a special one that daws fans from the
wild and crazy party goes in the infamous infield to the rich and famous that
adorn “Millionaire’s Row”. This spectacle had led the Derby to be called the
“Greatest Show on Earth”. To those who view it, it is just that, a show.
And, much like any hit show you would see on Broadway, there are countless
hours of preparation and planning to get those “stars” to the races.
The difference between Racing and Broadway is Access. Anyone can own a
Thoroughbred to be in the show.
The Kentucky Derby is not the
only stop on the tour. Just like
Formula One racing, the show goes
on the road the year
round, with stops in such locales as
New York, London, Paris,
Merlbourne, Buenos Aires, Dubai,
Tokyo, Rio de Janeiro and Toronto
to name a few. The racing calendar
will take you around the world for excitement and thrills second to none. And
you will find that racing is most likely conducted in your own backyard, making
it the most accessible show that anyone could possibly participate in. While it
may be very difficult to get a call back for “A Chorus Line” or even harder to
drive faster than Mario Andretti, owing a racehorse is not quite so unattainable.

However, much like having a good watch is not the same as owning a Cartier
or a Rolex, having the right
racehorse is crucial to being
in the limelight. And what a
spot it is. In March you could
be in Dubai for the Cup and a
purse of $6,000,000.  In April
at Britain’s Newmarket for the
pretigious Guineas and at
French’s Longchamp for the
Poules. I n May the Kentucky
Derby, “the most exciting two
minutes in sports”, is run for a purse nearly $1,000,000. Fifteen days after
the Derby, you have the Preakness in Pimlico, in the Baltimore area. In June
racing returns to Europe for the Epson Derby and the Prix du Jockey Club
(French Derby) at Epson and Chantilly. In July you have Royal Ascot,
the meeting of three days in Newmarket or California’s Hollywood Gold Cup
(another $1,000,000 race) at Los Angeles.
In August Chicago’s Arlington Million,
Rio de Janeiro’s Gran Premio Brazil , the meeting of Deauville and New York’s
Travers Stakes in Saratoga take place. In September New York puts on the
Super Saturday with 6 Grade 1 races in one afternoon at Belmont Park.
In October Paris is the host for the most important event in Europe,
the Prix de l’Arc du Triomphe, and you also have Newmarket back again.
November brings America’s $13,000,000 Breeders’ Cup Championship
and Japan’s $3,000,000 Japan Cup. In December Buenos Aires plays host
to the Gran Premio Carlos Pellegrini.
Winning such a rich race would have to feel like winning the lottery.

Can you imagine a horse that wins you ten lotteries  

 Champions did not belong always to Kings, Sheikhs or Princes. They belonged
to people like you and me. The owners
of some of these Millionaire racehorses
weren’t just lucky. They were relying on
expert advice to guide them through the
maze of the marketplace. Expertise is
needed to successfully maneuver
and finish. Knowledge and skill are
critical to selection and payoff.
Luck can be considered a factor the first time. Coincidence could be the
answer the second. But when success is repeated again and again you know
something. You know the way. We can buy one of these champions for you.

Please give us a change to prove it.

Skip Away, War Emblem, Sunday Silence & Silver Charm
Pictures by Cristina Carvalho







"Small is the number of them that see with their own
eyes and feel with their own hearts."
  Albert Einstein (he knows the way)




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