The winning son of Dynaformer will stand for $6,500.
Owned and campaigned by George Krikorian, Mr. Big is out of the grade 2-placed stakes winner Fashion Delight, who is also the dam of grade 3 winner and grade 2-placed Magnificience. Mr. Big's second dam is grade 1 winner Charleston Rag, who produced three winners out of four starters.
From only 16 foals of racing age, Mr. Big has sired eight winners with combined earnings of $1,228,097, for average earnings of $122,810 per starter. Five of his runners are six-figure earners, led by 3-year-old Big Score, who won the Transylvania Stakes Presented by Keeneland Select (G3T) in April and last year's Zuma Beach Stakes at Santa Anita Park. Big Score also finished second in this year's Penn Mile Stakes (G2T) and the Del Mar Derby (G2T). He's earned $436,300 to date.
"I am delighted to stand this very nice stallion at Harris Farms," said farm owner John Harris. "He has sired several top horses already, and his best crops will run in the next few years. I have always liked to see Turn To on a stallion page, as well as Roberto, and like stallions from those lines. He is a nice outcross for many California mares. He is a nicely conformed horse and he can get a 'big' horse. Another son of Dynaformer, Temple City , is doing fantastically with just a few crops racing."