Sunday, November 5, 2017

Observations From a Historic Breeders' Cup

Breeders' Cup Classic winner Gun Runner winning the Stephen Foster earlier this year.
The Breeders’ Cup taking place in Del Mar, Calif. for the first time was historic in itself but the horses couldn’t let it be the only special thing to happen on the weekend with a Keeneland September Yearling sale topper winning a Breeders’ Cup race for the first time, multiple broodmares joining an elite list and many sires getting their first winners.

Read on to learn about just a few of the historic points that happened at this year’s Breeders’ Cup.

Leslie’s Lady – 2016 Kentucky Thoroughbred Association and Kentucky Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Broodmare of the Year Leslie’s Lady (Tricky Creek) may have made a case to take home her second title when Mendelssohn (Scat Daddy) won the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf on Friday. The mare has had a runner in the Breeders’ Cup winner’s circle four of the last six years with Beholder (Henny Hughes) winning three between 2012 and 2016 and Mendelssohn winning this year. Leslie’s Lady is also the dam of Into Mischief (Harlan’s Holiday), a leading sire in 2017.  With this year’s victor, she also became one of only five mares to produce more than one Breeders’ Cup winner.

Beholder
Mendelssohn – The most expensive yearling to sell at Keeneland’s September Yearling Sale since 2010 when bringing $3 million, Mendelssohn had a lot of expectations on him when he hit the track this year. The colt won his maiden in his second start, was second in the Group 1 Darley Dewhurst Stakes last month but made a bit more history in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf when he became the first Keeneland September sales topper since at least 1999 to win a Grade/Group 1.  With this victory, Mendelssohn becomes a highly promising stallion prospect as his half-brother has already proven to be a top sire and two sisters have produced stakes horses to prove Into Mischief’s success runs in the family at least a little bit. With talk of putting Mendelssohn on the Kentucky Derby trail next year, he could be extremely interesting for both side of the Atlantic.

Mendelssohn
Late Sires – In a bit more depressing news, the Breeders’ Cup was a memorial of sorts with six dead stallions having runners finish in the top three. Three of those sired winners with two others siring second place horses and one siring a third place finisher. In a bit of good news for those winning sires, two of the winners are intact so they can carry on the lines. Of the other three stallions, only one of their placers is an entire while two of the six horses to hit the board for these stallions are fillies/mares.

Smart Strike
Former Breeders’ Cup Winners – This year’s Breeders’ Cup wasn’t kind to former Breeders’ Cup winners, either at the betting window or on the track. Nine former Breeders’ Cup winners ran in this year’s races with five going off at odds of 15-1 or higher with the other four going off as favorites. Of the nine, only Highland Reel (Galileo) was able to hit the board with the next best finish being Arrogate (Unbridled’s Song) and Queen’s Trust (King’s Best) in fifth. 2015 Breeders’ Cup Turf Sprint winner Mongolian Saturday finished the worst when last at 66.10-to-1.

Mongolian Saturday winning the 2016 Woodford Stakes, his last win.
Win Approval – When World Approval (Northern Afleet) crossed the line first in the Breeders’ Cup Mile, he became Win Approval’s (With Approval) second Breeders’ Cup winner following 2006 Breeders’ Cup Mile winner Miesque’s Approval (Miesque’s Son). The mare has had a lot of success in the Mile with another son, Za Approval (Ghostzapper), finishing second in the race in 2013. With World Approval’s victory, she joined Leslie’s Lady as two of five mares to produce two Breeders’ Cup winners along with Hasili (Kahyasi), Primal Force (Blushing Groom) and Sweet Life (Kris S). Overall, Win Approval has produced four graded stakes winners and two daughters to produce stakes horses from 10 foals. World Approval was the final foal for 27-year-old Win Approval, who was bred in 2013 and 2014 but barren both times.

World Approval
Locations – The 2017 Breeders’ Cup was truly an international event with the sires of Breeders’ Cup placers standing in Canada (Alberta), England, Ireland, Japan, Uruguay and the United States (California, Kentucky, New York). To add a little extra southern hemisphere flavor, both stallions who sired two Breeders’ Cup winners are also successful shuttle stallions in Australia.

Most Successful Sires – Medaglia d’Oro (El Prado) doubled his Breeders’ Cup winning total on Saturday when Bar of Gold won the Filly and Mare Sprint and Talismanic won the Turf, his first two non-juvenile victories at the event. He was joined by More Than Ready (Southern Halo) as the two most successful stallions at this year’s Breeders’ Cup when More Than Ready had Rushing Fall win Friday’s Juvenile Fillies Turf (his second win in the race) and Roy H win the Sprint on Saturday. It was the first Breeders’ Cup winning weekend for More Than Ready since 2011 while Medaglia d’Oro has had at least one Breeders’ Cup winner each of the last three years.
Medaglia d'Oro
Most Successful Broodmare Sires – Lemon Drop Kid (Kingmambo) had a banner weekend at the Breeders’ Cup as both a sire and broodmare sire. The stallion’s Beach Patrol finished second in the Turf on Saturday but his daughters’ runners were where he shined as Forever Unbridled (Unbridled’s Song) won the Breeders’ Cup Distaff (and likely Eclipse honors) on Friday and Bar of Gold (Medaglia d’Oro) won the Filly and Mare Sprint on Saturday. He was joined by Danehill as broodmare sires to have two Breeders’ Cup placers with both of Danehill’s runners finishing third, both in turf races, with September (Deep Impact) and Highland Reel (Galileo).
Lemon Drop Kid in 2016
Curlin – While Curlin (Smart Strike) has had a lot of success in the U.S. classic races, he’d never had a runner win a Breeders’ Cup race. But that ended with a bang in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile on Saturday. A $1-million yearling, Good Magic came into the race still a maiden though he had finished second in the Grade 1 Champagne Stakes by half a length to confirm his class for this race. He proved that he was a good choice for the bettors who brought his price down to 11.50-to-1, winning by 4 ¼ lengths with $270,000 Curlin yearling Solomini finishing second behind him after a second in the Grade 1 FrontRunner at the end of September. Of Curlin’s 115 2-year-olds, 40 have started with nine winners (22.5 percent) and three stakes winners, not a bad start to this crop.
Curlin
Sales Prices – The Breeders’ Cup this year was a mix of homebred and commercially bred horses with six horses winning racing under their breeders’ names and seven others going through the ring. Gun Runner (Candy Ride) was bred by Besilu Stable, which partnered on all its stock with Three Chimneys when he was a yearling, making him an abnormality that doesn’t fit in either category. However, due to the partnership and other Besilu horses now running under the Three Chimneys banner he was also placed in the homebred category.

The seven who went through the ring averaged $754,286 with two $1-million+ horses (both at the 2016 Keeneland September Sale). Five last sold as yearlings with two last selling as 2-year-olds and none selling for under $100,000 (2-year-old buy Stormy Liberal). There was however a large gap between the $1,000,000 horses and the rest with the third most expensive horse being the $410,000 Battle of Midway (Smart Strike).

The most expensive Breeders' Cup winner this year.
First Time Winners - This year’s Breeders’ Cup was a good time for sires to break their Breeders’ Cup maidens with five of the 11 stallions with winners getting their first victor at the meet. Some, such as Curlin are getting the winners fairly early in their stallion careers while those like Candy Ride (Ride the Rails) and Stormy Atlantic (Storm Cat) had to wait quite a while to get the first victory. Candy Ride’s first victory as a sire came in a big way with Gun Runner winning him the Classic.

Gun Runner
Stud Fees & Ages – The average advertised 2017 stud fee of the stallions who sired Breeders’ Cup winners this year sits at $101,130, $54,961 more than the average stud fee of all the stallions with runners in this year’s Breeders’ Cup. The most expensive fee of the winning stallions is Dubawi (Dubai Millennium) at the equivalent of $332,542US, who also leads the fee for all sires of runners while the least expensive of the winners is Northern Afleet (Afleet) at $6,500. The least expensive of all the advertised stud fees for stallions with runners is Imperialism (Langfuhr), who had his lone Breeders’ Cup runner finish second, at $1,940US.

The average age of the stallions with Breeders’ Cup runners also averages a bit lower than those with winners at 14 ½ years of age with the winners averaging 18 ½ years old. The oldest stallion with winners is the late Smart Strike (Mr. Prospector) at 25 years old while the youngest is Quality Road at 11 compared to five 7-year-old stallions having runners. Smart Strike is the oldest on that list as well.

Quality Road
Farms – Seventeen different farms had at least one stallion with a Breeders’ Cup runner hit the board over the weekend but none was as successful as Lane’s End, who had five stallions with place getters, including three with winners. Of those five stallions, three are still active with Candy Ride being the most expensive at $60,000. Three other farms had three stallions with placings (Coolmore, Darley and Hill ‘n’ Dale [while including new stallion Kitten’s Joy]) and four others had two stallions hit the board apiece as well. Ten of the 17 farms are solely in Kentucky, one in both Kentucky and Ireland, one in Kentucky and Canada, one in New York, one in Japan, one in Uruguay, one in Canada and one in California.

Saturday, October 28, 2017

2017 Report of Mares Bred: The 100 Club

Into Mischief bred the most mares this year at 235.
With the 2017 northern hemisphere breeding season truly in the rear view mirror and getting farther away every day, on Wednesday The Jockey Club released its 2017 Report of Mares Bred for stallions standing in North America. 

Over 90 stallions bred more than 100 mares during the 2017 breeding season with a total of 1,342 stallions covering at least one mare, a drop of 5.7 percent from 2016 with 2,000 to 3,000 mares estimated to be covered this year according to The Jockey Club.

With a large amount of stallions hitting the triple digits, it seemed worthwhile to take a look at the list.

By The Numbers – Ninety-one stallions combined to breed 12,859 mares in 2017 with the 91 breeding no fewer than 101 mares each. Of those stallions, two stand in California, two in Florida, 82 in Kentucky, one in Maryland, three in New York, and one in Pennsylvania. Four stallions bred over 200 mares, 28 bred between 150 and 200 mares each and 28 stallions bred between 125 and 149.

Stud Fees – Tapit stood at a fee of $300,000 and bred 127 mares as the most expensive on the list with nine stallions breeding 100 or more mares at a six-figure fee. Five stallions made the list at a fee between $75,000 and $99,999 with six at a fee range of $50,000 and $74,000. Most of the 100+ Club stallions stand at a fee of $25,000 or less at 58 stallions with California’s Grazen (Benchmark) being the least expensive at $3,500. American Pharoah (Pioneerof the Nile) was the only stallion on the list to stand for a private fee. Overall, the stud fees of all 90 stallions with published fees averaged $37,783 in 2017.

American Pharoah has bred 422 mares in his first two years at stud.
Farms – WinStar Farm had the most stallions breed 100 or more mares with 20 of its 22 stallions in 2017 breeding over 100 mares. Bodemeister (Empire Maker), who sired this year's Kentucky Derby winner was the busiest at 192 and Paynter (Awesome Again), the least busy of those 20 with 103, with the 20 stallions averaging 137 mares. Its two stallions who didn't breed 100 or more were Artie Schiller at 40 and Revolutionary at 61. The most expensive advertised fee of those 20 stallions in the "100 Club" was Pioneerof the Nile (Empire Maker) at $110,000 with 127 mares on his dance card.

WinStar had double the number of stallions on the list than runner-up Lane’s End, which had 10 (or 15 on the roster) breed over 100. Candy Ride (Ride the Rails) and Union Rags (Dixie Union) tied at 160 each with The Factor (War Front) rounding out their list at 105. The most expensive of those 10 stallions was Candy Ride at $60,000.

Twenty-three different farms had at least one stallion breed more than 100 mares with 10 farms having one stallion a piece.

Ages – The average age of stallions on the 100+ list was 9.3 years old. Twenty-four year-old Distorted Humor (Forty Niner) bred 110 mares to be the oldest stallion on the list with 3-year-old Not This Time (Giant’s Causeway) breeding 145 as the youngest on the list. Fourteen stallions over 15 years old bred 100 mares (18-year-old Candy Ride breeding the most of any of them at 160) with 77 stallions 15 or under breeding over 100. Sixty-six of those 77 stallions were 10 or younger with four stallions are 20 or older.

Distorted Humor still enjoys being ridden during the off-season
Credentials – Breeders showed that a Grade 1 win on a stallion resume is a big deal if the Number of Mares Bred report is any indication with 71.4 percent (65 stallions) of the stallions on the list having at least one win at the level. Sixteen stallions on the list won a Grade 2 with four winning a Grade 3, two winning stakes races and three only winning maiden races. Sixteen of those Grade 1 winners won an American classic race (Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes, Belmont Stakes) with 21 of the horses on the list being champions in at least one country.

This could be more of an indication of what major stallion farms are willing to stand more so than how important a Grade 1 is to mare owners in such a competitive market. All but two of those Grade 1 winners (Champ Pegasus and Effinex) stood in Kentucky while the other racing levels see more representation from other states.

Of the three maiden winners to attract over 100 mares, one is an older leading sire who sired a Kentucky Derby winner (Malibu Moon), one sired this year’s Preakness Stakes winner (Maclean’s Music) and the third is the son of two Horse of the Year winners (Jess’s Dream).

Jess's Dream is out of 2009 Horse of the Year Rachel Alexandra
Most Popular Sire-of-Sires – A.P. Indy (Seattle Slew) and War Front (Danzig) tie as stallions with the most sires on the list with six apiece. War Front, who bred 106 mares himself this year, had sons in three different states combine to breed 709 mares (5.5 percent of all the mares bred to stallions on this list) while the A.P. Indy sons all stand in Kentucky and bred 785 mares (6.1 percent).

A.P. Indy’s lasting influence is felt greatly on this list with his 19 sons, grandsons and great-grandsons from his sireline breeding 2,634 mares (20.5 percent). To put that into perspective, the 24 sires from the Mr. Prospector (Raise a Native) sireline bred 3,537 (27.5 percent) and the 30 from Northern Dancer’s (Nearctic) sireline bred 4,351 (33.8 percent). Those two stallions were born 19 and 28 years, respectively, before A.P. Indy.

Damsire Lines – While A.P. Indy compares to those two as a sire-making stallion, he has nothing on them when it comes to broodmare sires. The only appearance A.P. Indy makes on the broodmare sire chart is as the damsire of Super Saver (Maria’s Mon), who bred 154 mares.

Mr. Prospector leads everyone in this category with 31 stallions having him or one of his descendants as a broodmare sire for 4,255 mares bred (33.1%). Northern Dancer’s 28 combine for 4,202 mares (32.7 percent) with 13 of those stallions having Mr. Prospector on the top of their pedigree and seven of the Mr. Prospectors coming from the Northern Dancer sireline.

Uncle Mo – For a nine-year-old stallion, Uncle Mo (Indian Charlie) has quite a bit of representation on this list. The stallion himself bred 204 mares in 2017 with four of his sons breeding a combination of 546 mares. WinStar Farm’s Outwork was the most popular Uncle Mo son at stud with 168 mares, 15 more than champion and Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist with Northview’s Uncle Lino coming in with 103 mares, the least amount of Uncle Mo sons on the list but the most of any stallion standing in Pennsylvania by over 30 mares.

Outwork was the most popular Uncle Mo son this year.
In Reality – Man o’ War fans will be happy to know that In Reality (and Tiznow) are keeping the sire line alive with 400 mares going to stallions from the In Reality sire line. The three stallions to bring in those mares are Tiznow (Cee’s Tizzy) and his sons Gemologist and Tourist with Gemologist breeding the most mares at 142.

In Reality is also responsible for the broodmare sires of three stallions on the list in Paynter, Oxbow and Ghostzapper. All three stallions are by Awesome Again with Paynter and Oxbow out of full sisters (who are also full sisters to Tiznow) and Ghostzapper is out of blue hen mare Baby Zip (Relaunch). The three stallions combined for 424 mares with Oxbow leading the charge with 187 mares.

In all, In Reality-lined horses bred 824 mares with five of them existing thanks to the late California sire Cee’s Tizzy, who sired Tiznow and the dams of Oxbow and Paynter.

Tourist is tasked with carrying on the In Reality line.
Hail to Reason – Nearly 50 years after his birth, Hail to Reason's (Turn-to) sireline is alive through either the sire or damsire of eight stallions on the list thanks to Halo and Roberto.

More Than Ready and sons Daredevil and Verrazano account for 390 mares bred while Dynaformer son Temple City bred the most of any stallion from the sire line at 186. Hail to Reason’s line is also responsible for five damsires with the stallions out of their daughters combining to breed 788 mares. Uncle Mo bred the most mares of any of those stallions with 204, followed by Kitten’s Joy (El Prado) at 177 mares.

Final Numbers – In all, eight different sire lines are responsible for the 91 stallions who bred over 100 mares in the U.S. this year with 14 different damsire lines. Seven of the stallions responsible for the sire lines named by this blog are in both categories with Mr. Prospector and Northern Dancer/Nearctic’s sire lines doubling up as both the sireline and broodmare sire’s sireline of 11 of the stallions on the list.

Stallion
2017 Stud Fee
Mares
State
Farm
Sire
Damsire
Into Mischief
$75,000
235
KY
Spendthrift
Harlan's Holiday
Tricky Creek
Dialed In
$15,000
231
KY
Darby Dan
Mineshaft
Storm Cat
American Pharoah
Private
214
KY
Coolmore
Pioneerof the Nile
Yankee Gentleman
Uncle Mo
$150,000
204
KY
Coolmore
Indian Charlie
Arch
Bodemeister
$25,000
192
KY
WinStar
Empire Maker
Storm Cat
Oxbow
$20,000
187
KY
Calumet
Awesome Again
Cee's Tizzy
Violence
$15,000
187
KY
Hill 'n' Dale
Medaglia d'Oro
Gone West
Temple City
$10,000
186
KY
Spendthrift
Dynaformer
Danzig
Maclean's Music
$8,500
181
KY
Hill 'n' Dale
Distorted Humor
Unbridled's Song
Flat Out
$7,000
178
KY
Spendthrift
Flatter
Cresta River
Munnings
$25,000
178
KY
Coolmore
Speightstown
Holy Bull
Kitten's Joy
$100,000
177
KY
Ramsey Farm
El Prado
Lear Fan
Speightster
$10,000
174
KY
WinStar
Speightstown
Danzig
Outwork
$15,000
168
KY
WinStar
Uncle Mo
Empire Maker
Vancouver
$15,000
166
KY
Coolmore
Medaglia d'Oro
Danehill
Tapiture
$7,500
165
KY
Darby Dan
Tapit
Olympio
Shackleford
$15,000
162
KY
Darby Dan
Forestry
Unbridled
Exaggerator
$30,000
162
KY
WinStar
Curlin
Vindication
Candy Ride
$60,000
160
KY
Lane's End
Ride the Rails
Candy Stripes
Union Rags
$50,000
160
KY
Lane's End
Dixie Union
Gone West
Verrazano
$17,500
159
KY
Coolmore
More Than Ready
Giant's Causeway
Hard Spun
$45,000
158
KY
Darley
Danzig
Turkoman
Liam's Map
$25,000
157
KY
Lane's End
Unbridled's Song
Trippi
Fed Biz
$10,000
157
KY
WinStar
Giant's Causeway
Wild Again
Frosted
$50,000
156
KY
Darley
Tapit
Deputy Minister
Kantharos
$15,000
155
KY
Hill 'n' Dale
Lion Heart
Southern Halo
Super Saver
$50,000
154
KY
WinStar
Maria's Mon
A.P. Indy
Nyquist
$40,000
153
KY
Darley
Uncle Mo
Forestry
Air Force Blue
$25,000
153
KY
Coolmore
War Front
Maria's Mon
Honor Code
$40,000
153
KY
Lane's End
AP Indy
Storm Cat
Twirling Candy
$20,000
152
KY
Lane's End
Candy Ride
Chester House
Quality Road
$35,000
152
KY
Lane's End
Elusive Quality
Strawberry Road
Cairo Prince
$15,000
149
KY
Airdrie
Pioneerof the Nile
Holy Bull
Midshipman
$8,500
148
KY
Darley
Unbridled's Song
Avenue of Flags
Mineshaft
$25,000
147
KY
Lane's End
AP Indy
Mr Prospector
Upstart
$10,000
146
KY
Airdrie
Flatter
Touch Gold
Dominus
$7,500
145
KY
Spendthrift
Smart Strike
Lord at War
California Chrome
$40,000
145
KY
Taylor Made
Lucky Pulpit
Not For Love
Not This Time
$15,000
145
KY
Taylor Made
Giant's Causeway
Trippi
Shanghai Bobby
$25,000
144
KY
Coolmore
Harlan's Holiday
Orientate
Carpe Diem
$25,000
144
KY
WinStar
Giant's Causeway
Unbridled's Song
Curlin
$150,000
143
KY
Hill 'n' Dale
Smart Strike
Deputy Minister
Constitution
$25,000
143
KY
WinStar
Tapit
Distorted Humor
Gemologist
$25,000
142
KY
WinStar
Tiznow
Mr. Prospector
Uncaptured
$6,000
140
FL
Ocala Stud
Lion Heart
Arch
Wicked Strong
$10,000
139
KY
Spendthrift
Hard Spun
Charismatic
Medaglia d'Oro
$150,000
138
KY
Darley
El Prado
Bailjumper
Will Take Charge
$30,000
137
KY
Three Chimneys
Unbridled's Song
Dehere
Goldencents
$15,000
135
KY
Spendthrift
Into Mischief
Banker's Gold
Ghostzapper
$75,000
134
KY
Adena
Awesome Again
Relaunch
Tourist
$12,500
134
KY
WinStar
Tiznow
Unbridled's Song
Malibu Moon
$75,000
132
KY
Spendthrift
AP Indy
Mr. Prospector
Street Sense
$45,000
130
KY
Darley
Street Cry
Dixieland Band
Empire Maker
$85,000
129
KY
Gainesway
Unbridled
El Gran Senor
Declaration of War
$35,000
128
KY
Coolmore
War Front
Rahy
Champ Pegasus
$4,000
128
CA
Barton TBs
Fusaichi Pegasus
Salt Lake
Runhappy
$25,000
127
KY
Claiborne
Super Saver
Broken Vow
Pioneerof the Nile
$110,000
127
KY
WinStar
Empire Maker
Lord at War
Tapit
$300,000
127
KY
Gainesway
Pulpit
Unbridled
Orb
$25,000
125
KY
Claiborne
Malibu Moon
Unbridled
Animal Kingdom
$30,000
124
KY
Darley
Leroidesanimaux
Acatenango
Tiznow
$60,000
124
KY
WinStar
Cee's Tizzy
Seattle Song
Jess's Dream
$5,000
122
FL
Ocala Stud
Curlin
Medaglia d'Oro
Laoban
$7,500
122
NY
Sequel
Uncle Mo
Speightstown
Bernardini
$100,000
121
KY
Darley
AP Indy
Quiet American
Flintshire
$20,000
121
KY
Hill 'n' Dale
Dansili
Sadler's Wells
Overanalyze
$10,000
120
KY
WinStar
Dixie Union
Unaccounted For
Summer Front
$10,000
119
KY
Airdrie
War Front
El Prado
Commissioner
$7,500
119
KY
WinStar
AP Indy
Touch Gold
More Than Ready
$60,000
118
KY
WinStar
Southern Halo
Woodman
Palace Malice
$20,000
117
KY
Three Chimneys
Curlin
Royal Anthem
Mshawish
$20,000
117
KY
Taylor Made
Medaglia d'Oro
Thunder Gulch
Street Boss
$17,500
115
KY
Darley
Street Cry
Ogygian
Speightstown
$100,000
115
KY
WinStar
Gone West
Storm Cat
Daredevil
$7,500
113
KY
WinStar
More Than Ready
Forty Niner
Congrats
$20,000
113
KY
WinStar
AP Indy
Mr. Prospector
Tonalist
$30,000
113
KY
Lane's End
Tapit
Pleasant Colony
Noble Mission
$25,000
110
KY
Lane's End
Galileo
Danehill
Distorted Humor
$80,000
110
KY
WinStar
Forty Niner
Danzig
Effinex
$10,000
110
NY
Questroyal
Mineshaft
E Dubai
Flashback
$7,500
109
KY
Hill 'n' Dale
Tapit
Mr. Greely
War Front
$250,000
106
KY
Claiborne
Danzig
Rubiano
The Factor
$25,000
105
KY
Lane's End
War Front
Miswaki
Bayern
$15,000
105
KY
Hill 'n' Dale
Offlee Wild
Thunder Gulch
Paynter
$20,000
103
KY
WinStar
Awesome Again
Cee's Tizzy
Uncle Lino
$4,000
103
PA
Northview
Uncle Mo
Orientate
War Dancer
$5,000
102
NY
Rockridge
War Front
Alydeed
Mosler
$4,000
102
MD
Country Life
War Front
Arch
Brody's Cause
$12,500
102
KY
Spendthrift
Giant's Causeway
Sahm
Grazen
$3,500
101
CA
Tommy Town
Benchmark
Rubiano
Sky Mesa
$15,000
101
KY
Three Chimneys
Pulpit
Storm Cat