The incoming class of stallions with first weanlings reached its latest appraising site where reference is tested the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky Fall Selected Mixed Sale and the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale earlier this month. When the junk colonized, the pair in Godolphin blue crowded the exacta by median first-crop weanling sale price.

Champion Nyquist and various Grade 1 winner Frosted, both occupants of Darley America in Lexington, Ky ., viewed the top two median tolls of their class through the end of the November sale season. The returns were an early validation for the high business possibilities placed on the stallions by their initial ornament fees: $50,000 for Frosted and $40,000 for Nyquist, both among the highest of their first-year class.

The pair adjusted the speed in a deep group of first-year stallions that will continue to sort itself out as their initial crops develop through the auctioneer calendars and contact the racetrack, where their bequests will ultimately be defined.

Following are the top 10 North American sires of first-crop weanlings by median sales price through Nov. 26.

# 1 Nyquist Uncle Mo-Seeking Gabrielle, by Forestry Five sold for $1,395, 000, Norm: $279,000 Platform at Darley America

The champion juvenile of 2015 and Kentucky Derby winner of 2016 continued to set the speed among his peers at ornament, with his first foals producing the most significant average cost through the major motley sales.

Nyquist’s class-leading average of $279,000 is highlighted by the most expensive first-crop weanling of the November auction season, a $ 600,000 colt who sold to Larry Best’s OXO Equine at the Keeneland November sale. The chestnut colt is out of the placed Pulpit mare Holy Place, who is herself a half-sister to supporter Lady Eli and G3 winner Bizzy Caroline.

The stallion also introduced the highest-priced first-crop weanling through the Fasig-Tipton November Sale, when the bloodstock authority Solis/ Litt landed a filly for $260,000. Out of the stakes-winning Malibu Moon mare Martha’s Moon, the filly’s third dam is the cornerstone broodmare Blush With Pride.

” Nyquist is that special horse who was precocious enough to break his girl get five furlongs in early June of his 2-year-old year and bide unbeaten through the Kentucky Derby ,” said Darley America’s Darren Fox.

# 2 Frosted Tapit-Fast Cookie, by Deputy Minister 10 sold for $1,815, 000, Norm: $181,500 Reputation at Darley America

Frosted sits second in his class by both total revenues and average sale price after the most recent tilt, surfaced by a $ 310,000 colt who went to Cavalier Bloodstock at the Keeneland November sale. The gray or roan colt is out of the placed Medaglia d’Oro mare Spanish Gold, from their own families of G1 winners Another Review, No Review, and Cavorting.

The stallion’s 156 mares bred in his debut work was the fifth-most in his class, and Fox said the positive celebration of Frosted’s first foals reflected the qualifications of mares that saw him in that critical first season.

” Frosted “havent been” fissure in his armor ,” Fox said.” The excellent by Tapit, out of a Deputy Minister mare, his first two barriers are G2 winners, two proven sires in his female clas. He’s a three-time G1 winner, including the fastest-ever champion of the historical stallion-making Met Mile. Add in his incredible physical and it’s easy to experience why he multiplied the best book of mares on CI( Comparable Index) and CPI( Class Performance Index) in his first and second year among his sire harvest .”

# 3 Runhappy Super Saver-Bella Jolie, by Broken Vow 15 sold for $2,230, 000, Median: $148,667 Platform at Claiborne Farm

The champion sprinter of 2015 was the highest-grossing first-crop weanling sire at the close of the Keeneland November sale, from the fifth-most horses sold.

Leading the road was a inlet colt out of the stakes-placed Macho Uno mare Minds Eyes who hammered to Spendthrift Farm for $240,000. G2 winner Topicount and G3 winner Jahid could be found in the colt’s extended sheet, together with Panamanian endorse Lady Valery.

” We’re certainly pleased with the nature they were received ,” said Claiborne Farm’s Walker Hancock.” We were kind of foreseeing it based on the quality of foals we understood on our own raise, but it was nice to see everyone else had excellence foals just like we did. It seemed like the buyers really liked what the hell is comprehend. They’re terribly athletic and have delightful marches, and looked like they’d be nice promises. We’re very comfortable with where we are with him and we’re excited for the future .”

In addition to the physical emboss Runhappy has passed down to his first foals, Hancock said one thing he wasn’t meeting from the stallion’s foals dedicated him a irrational appreciation of optimism.

” I was telling someone the other daytime, I haven’t understood a chestnut one, and the only sires I’ve considered like that are Blame and War Front ,” he said.” I hope that’s a trend that continues, because if so, then Runhappy’s in a very good spot .”

# 4 California Chrome Lucky Pulpit-Love the Chase, by Not For Love Seven sold for $817,000, Average: $116,714 Countenance at Taylor Made Stallions

California Chrome retired to stud with tangible buzz after making two Mare of the Year entitlements, and his first dip into the commercial reserve demonstrated a healthy initial interest in his foals.

The top bid-getter among California Chrome’s first slate of weanlings to time was a gray or roan filly who sold to Old Chapel Farm for $175,000 at the Keeneland November sale. Out of the acquiring Unbridled’s Song mare Edit, the filly’s sheet includes endorse Tempest Queen.

Duncan Taylor of Taylor Made Farm admitted that sell agnosticism remained toward California Chrome, having regard to the horse’s household ties outside of the Bluegrass State, but it was a familiar artery for the operation, which co-owns another California-bred who became Horse of the Year and went on to become an elite sire. No stuff the results this early in the proceedings, Taylor knew equanimity would be key.

” Overall, we thought he sold well ,” Taylor said.” I told my brothers the closer they get to the scoots, the more they’re going to be worth. That’s just how it is. A mas of beings, when it’s a stallion that’s got a sire that’s not a central Kentucky brand, a great deal of Kentuckians reject that. You construed it with Tiznow and some others. They can be good good stallions, and anybody that read Chrome race is going to want to race the colt, and he’s good-looking.

” They’re good-looking horses ,” he continued.” They’ve get good shoulder, trendy, good counterbalance. Overall, they’ve got a delightful psyche and cervix to them, and they’re not a heavy front-end colt. He was like that, and was very sound. I would expect his offspring to be the same way .”

# 5 Exaggerator Curlin-Dawn Raid, by Vindication Nine sold for $1,047, 000, Average: $116,333 Reputation at WinStar Farm

Elliott Walden of WinStar Farm mentioned the importance of coming off the mark rapidly with commercial-grade weanlings from a brand-new stallion, and the 2016 Preakness Stakes champion came back from his first Kentucky mixed sale season with positive scrutinizes. With decisions being represented for the upcoming rearing season, that momentum can help fill future books.

” I’ve had a lot of parties observation to me about them ,” Walden to say something about Exaggerator’s first foals.” It does help[ drive interest in spawning to the stallion ], but then they’ve still got to go out there and get it done. It’s a nice addition to their third harvest, compiling people want to come back and breed to them .”

Exaggerator’s top weanling even further is a colt who sold to de Meric Auctions, agent, for $230,000 at the Keeneland November sale. The Virginia-bred dark bay or brown colt is out of the unraced Include mare Sun Salutation, from the family of Japanese supporter Red Falx.

” We’re very pleased with Exaggerator and expressed satisfaction with the balance that the foals have ,” Walden said.” They have good width and good length. I mull, overall, it’s a really good radical .”

Rounding out the top ten…

# 6 Tamarkuz( Shadwell Farm)- Average: $82,500 #7 Air Force Blue( Ashford Stud)- Average: $81,500 #8 Not This Time( Taylor Made Stallions)- Average: $80,882 #9 Upstart( Airdrie Stud)- Norm: $64,714 #10 Speightster( WinStar Farm)- Norm: $60,517

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