2015 Leading First-Crop Sires

For stallions that stand, will stand, or stood (deceased) in North America (stallions that have died or been exported prior to the 2011 breeding season are excluded), and have runners in North America. Listed below are all available Northern Hemisphere statistics through March 30, 2015. As supplied to The Blood-Horse by The Jockey Club Information Systems, Inc., earnings include adjusted money from Japan, Hong Kong, and Singapore. Adjusted earnings are put on par with average North American earnings from the previous year. For example, the average North American purse in 2014 is $21,617 or 45% of the 2014 average purse in Japan. To put earnings on par, all Japanese progeny earnings are multiplied by 45% before being credited to a sire's progeny earnings. Hong Kong earnings are adjusted by 19%; Singapore by 54%. Current year stakes winners include all N.H.-foaled black-type stakes winners worldwide. *Foal counts include Southern Hemisphere. Cumulative stakes winners include all countries. Categorical leaders are in bold.

#Stallion'15 Stud Fee/ FarmCurrent 2YOsRnrsWnrsRpt. WnrsSWrsGSWrsSHsYearling AverageChief Earner
'15 Earnings
1Shame On Charlie  
Indian Charlie, 2004
Ernest Riggs Farm, New Mexico
421----$-Shug's Hope
2Sierra Sunset  
Bertrando, 2005
Paradise Road Ranch, California
3021----$5,686Amanecer Serrano
3Regal Ransom  
Distorted Humor, 2006
Darley, Kentucky
4711----$15,712Humor Vice
El Prado, 2007
911----$3,250True Birthday
Dixie Union, 2007
Fleming Thoroughbred Farm, LLC, Arizona
91-----$4,050Prospector Bull
6Ez Dreamer  
In Excess, 2005
Triple AAA Ranch, Arizona
131-----$13,817Dreamer Ramson
7Cape Blanco (IRE)  
Galileo, 2007
2,500,000 (Yen)
JBBA Shizunai Stallion Station, Japan
1651-----$71,146Gata Blanca