# Stallion
Fee
Earnings
1 Medaglia d'Oro
150,000
$5,466,514
2 War Front
150,000
$2,906,368
3 English Channel
27,500
$2,882,475
4 Into Mischief
225,000
$2,779,364
5 Kitten's Joy
60,000
$2,702,793
Top 10 Sires (NA&EU), ranked by Average Price (sorted by Rank)
Stallion Price
Galileo (Ire) $833,692
Dubawi (Ire) $715,366
Curlin $590,886
War Front $587,006
Frankel (GB) $535,374
Medaglia d'Oro $525,678
Tapit $465,138
American Pharoah $409,076
Kingman (GB) $389,044
Shamardal $338,290
Schedule of Listed
And Graded Stakes in N.A.
Date Race Name Track
7/25/2021 SHUVEE S. (G3) sar
7/28/2021 HONORABLE MISS H. (G2) sar
7/30/2021 CURLIN S. (LR) sar
7/31/2021 MY DEAR S. (L) wo
7/31/2021 ALFRED G. VANDERBILT H. (G1) sar
7/31/2021 BOWLING GREEN S. (G2) sar
Top Horses of 2021

Date Race Name Track Winner Sire
Watch Video 07/24 Maiden Special Weight DMR Sea Dreamer Into Mischief
Watch Video 07/24 GII Eddie Read S. DMR United Giant's Causeway
Watch Video 07/24 Maiden Special Weight SAR Pathetique Uncle Mo
Watch Video 07/24 GI Coaching Club American Oaks SAR Maracuja Honor Code
Watch Video 07/24 GIII Caress S. SAR Caravel Mizzen Mast
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More Moonshine | Susie Raisher
More Moonshine

Sophomore filly More Moonshine (Malibu Moon) sat off a quick pace and skipped home in the muddy stretch to earn the 'TDN Rising Star' nod for an impressive belated debut Sunday at Saratoga. Having been very close to an unveiling here last year only to suffer a setback, the dark bay showed an upbeat local tab for a barn that can win with a firster but doesn't often get bet like it, and was let go at 6-1...

Sophomore filly More Moonshine (Malibu Moon) sat off a quick pace and skipped home in the muddy stretch to earn the 'TDN Rising Star' nod for an impressive belated debut Sunday at Saratoga. Having been very close to an unveiling here last year only to suffer a setback, the dark bay showed an upbeat local tab for a barn that can win with a firster but doesn't often get bet like it, and was let go at 6-1. Away in good order, the Summer Wind Equine homebred sat in a distant sixth among a strung-out group as favored Equal Pay (Quality Road) took pressure through splits of :22.44 and :45.49. Florida invader Perfect Grace (Tapit–Havre de Grace) ranged up and briefly looked like the winner approaching the straight, but More Moonshine soon caught the eye out wider and cruised past Perfect Grace in upper stretch. Never shown the stick by Junior Alvarado, she cantered away by 6 1/2 lengths, stopping the clock in 1:23.59. Perfect Grace was far in front of the others. Equal Pay faded to last, one spot behind well-bred newcomer Mezcal (Pioneerof the Nile–Cathryn Sophia). The winner is a full to fellow 'Rising Star' Moonshine Memories, MGISW, $549,056, a $650,000 Fasig-Tipton Saratoga grad and two-time highest-level winner at two; and half to precocious runner and former California-based sire Indian Evening (Indian Charlie), SW-Can, GSP-USA, $140,172, who was third in the local GII Saratoga Special S. in 2011. Another half-brother, stakes-placed Mo for the Money (Uncle Mo), stands in Arkansas. Dam Unenchanted Evening–a half to Horse of the Year and champion 2-year-old Favorite Trick (Phone Trick)–was also bred by Jane Lyon's Summer Wind. She has a 2-year-old full-brother to More Moonshine and Moonshine Memories who cost $375,000 at Keeneland September before being exported to France. Unenchanted was not bred back for 2020, but produced a Justify colt this term. Malibu Moon, who died in May at age 24, has now sired an impressive 22 'TDN Rising Stars'.

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