Curlin has 4 stakes winners in his current 3-year-old crop, including Stellar Wind.
Upstart may be better suited to intermediate distances.
Over the last several decades most leading sires tended to be 16 hands or under.
Far From Over reminds us not to dismiss a horse's chances in the first few strides.
- Stallion Sharp Humor Dies in South Korea
- Champion Groupie Doll Delivers Premature Foal
- Stellar Wind Striking for Curlin
- Grade I Winner La Tia Retired
- BC Classic Winner Concern Dies at 24
- Champion Sire Smart Strike Euthanized
- New York Senator Questions Spending on Racing
- Northeast/Mid-Atlantic Regional: Second Act
- Humor Vice First Winner for Regal Ransom
- Colt First Winner for CA-Based Sierra Sunset
- Change Adds Options for KTDF Purse Funds
- First Reported Foal for Our Entourage
- North American
Stallion Spotlight: Strong Contender
Multiple Grade I Performer
and Multiple G2 SW, including
Super Derby-G2 over LAWYER RON.
- Alan Porter
- March 27, 2015 4:45 PM
Leading breeder By 2015 Gross Sales
|Weanlings||No Data Found|
|Yearlings||No Data Found|
|Two-Year-Olds||WinStar Farm||$4,250,000||View Full List|
|Up Syndicate||$800,000||View Full List|
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