Idols of Gainesway Tapit went on to build his already established pound career on November 6 at Keeneland when his son Quality required became the winner of the Breeders ‘Cup world championship for the sixth time after winning the TVG Breeders’ Juvenile Cup title presented by Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance (G1).
Among its World Championship winners, Tapit was represented by three other people in juvenile races and two won the Eclipse Prize for their relationship.
Tapit got off to a quick start as a stallion with the 2008 champion Stardom Bound in my first case. Not only did Stardom Bound win the Bessemer Trust Breeders’ Cup for Minors (G1), she also won Del Mar Debutante Stakes (G1) and Oak Leaf Stakes (G1). Son of tapit Hansen came in 2011 to score a goal in the Breeders’ Juvenile Cup by holding back Union Rags wins with the head.
Now it is Quality in Need, a Godolphin trained by Brad Cox, who previously proved himself in top level competitions by attending the Claiborne Breeders’ Futurity on October 3 at Keeneland.
A 19-year-old son of Pulpit, Tapit selected 138 black winners, of which 86 were ranked / group winners. Of his wager winners, 30 won the black category at level 2 and of these eight were a level 1 winner as a minor.
His other elite performers at 2 included Laragh, a first-season 1st grade winner who won Hollywood Starlet Stakes (G1); Chasing yesterday, half sister from 2015 Triple Crown winner Pharoah America who won the Starlet; Tell Kellywho won Darley Debutante; and Sweet Loretta and Beautiful city dancerwho died hot in Spinaway Stakes 2016 (G1).
Before the opening of the Breeders’ Cup, Tapit ranked third on North America’s top sires list with $ 9,175,648 in progeny income for the year. Essential Quality’s $ 1.04 million share in a Teenage’s $ 2 million wallet would be enough to lift Tapit’s descendants’ income beyond $ 10.2 million and push him past Ashford Stud’s Uncle mo runner-up after Spendthrift Farm’s Into Mischief .
The Tapit was a fixture among the leading sires and reigned as North America’s top male for three consecutive years between 2014-16, and rewrote that year’s record book. the most income a stallion can earn in a single season. In 2016, his runners-up amassed $ 19,245,198 on BloodHorse’s list of top boars.
The first boar of Darley Nyquist is likely to achieve the title of top freshman sire on November 6 when his daughter Vequist won the Breeders’ Cup for Adults (G1). Nyquist, son of Uncle mo , topped the rankings by descendant’s income with $ 1,108,381. With his earnings from Vequist’s Breeders’ Cup, his stash rises to more than $ 2.14 million, which can often end the deal.
Darley America Nyquist stallion at Jonabell’s Ranch
Ashford’s American Pharoah has had a huge boost towards the 2019 top freshman sire title after his son Four wheel drive won the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf Sprint (G2T), and Spendthrift Farm’s Cross traffic Won the title of freshman after his daughter Jaywalk won the 2018 Teen Jigsaw Puzzle.