Bad Wigins wrote:
Even if it grows up to set world records, that doesn't mean it's genetics. It just means it is the child of two top elites. It's no more genetic than if they were auto detailers and it grew up to be an auto detailer too.
So why do they pay owners of top horses in stud millions
Exactly. That's why you'll often hear that to be an elite distance runner you don't just need hard work and good luck, but you need to choose your parents well. :-)