BloodHorse and Weatherbys have launched a free Global Stallions app for Apple and Android phones and tablets. The app provides continually updated graphs, charts, and statistics pertaining to stallions standing in North America and Europe and timely worldwide racing information about their offspring.

Featuring more than 700 stallions from the BloodHorse Stallion Register and the Weatherbys Stallion Book, the app provides customizable views and the ability to select currency measurements, distance measurements, and ‘favorite’ stallions.

“This app should be exceptionally useful for Thoroughbred breeders all over the world, and we enjoyed working with the Weatherbys team to develop it,” said John K Keitt Jr, publisher and editorial director of BloodHorse. “It is not just a digital version of a printed stallion register — it has many interactive, real-time features that are not possible in a printed format.”

“Weatherbys is delighted to have jointly developed an app that we believe will quickly become one of the most useful sources of information for bloodstock professionals around the world,” said Andrew Carter, commercial director for Weatherbys.

The Global Stallions app can be downloaded for free at the Apple Store, itunes.apple.com/us/app/global-stallions/id1178123607?ls=1&mt=8, or Google Play, play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.globalstallions.android.

For more information about the Global Stallions app, visit globalstallionsapp.com.

 

Karen Sargeant

Karen Sargeant

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