Sunday Silence once again topped both the general and 2-year-old sires lists in Japan, according to figures provide by Regent Co. Sunday Silence, who died last summer, was represented by the earners of $53,782,508, of which $4,086,525 was earned by his juveniles. Tony Bin was runner-up on the general list, with $21,742,225, followed by Brian's Time, Afleet, Fuji Kiseki (by Sunday Silence), Sakura Bakushin-Oh, Commander in Chief, Forty Niner, Dance in the Dark (by Sunday Silence), and Jade Robbery. Dance in the Dark was second on the 2-year-old list.

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