Bred and raced by Geraghty, Power by Far (Power of Mind -- Farrah Foxet, by T. V. Commercial) was named Pennsylvania's champion 3-year-old male after winning seven of 11 races and earning $235,130 in 1998. Five of those wins came in stakes. Overall, Power by Far won 10 added-money races and placed in five others. As a 4-year-old in 2000, he captured the Hoover and Endless Surprise Stakes. He also was graded stakes-placed twice during his career.
Pennsylvania champion Power by Far, who earned $544,335, will enter stud for a fee of $3,500 at Castle Rock Farm near Unionville, Pa. The farm is owned by the brother and sister team of Peter Giangiulio and Barbara Geraghty.