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# Stallion
Fee
Earnings
1 Frosted
10,000
$2,583,939
2 Not This Time
150,000
$2,550,020
3 Nyquist
85,000
$2,449,244
4 Runhappy
10,000
$2,165,237
5 Speightster
n/a
$2,018,592
Top 10 Sires of Yearlings (NA&EU), ranked by Average Price (sorted by Rank)
Stallion Price
St Mark's Basilica (Fr) $435,346
Uncle Mo $400,000
Essential Quality $398,585
Justify $386,577
Palace Pier (GB) $348,277
Zarak (Fr) $335,838
Not This Time $320,000
Maclean's Music $237,000
Vekoma $225,000
City of Light $220,000
Schedule of Listed
And Graded Stakes in N.A.
Date Race Name Track
24-Jul-24 HONORABLE MISS H. (G2) sar
25-Jul-24 CARESS S. (G3) sar
25-Jul-24 COUGAR II S. (G3) dmr
26-Jul-24 AMSTERDAM S. (G2) sar
27-Jul-24 MONMOUTH OAKS (G3) mth
27-Jul-24 SEAGRAM CUP S. (G2) wo
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Casalu | Benoit
Casalu

Freshman sire Caracaro collected the first 'TDN Rising Star' trophy for his case when Casalu (f, 2, Caracaro–Key d'Oro, by Medaglia d'Oro) sailed home a debut winner on Sunday afternoon at the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club. Spotlighted in the Sunday edition of TDN's Summer Breezes and Racing Insights, the Three Amigos-owned juvenile who went off at sixty cents on the dollar here was looking to make good on a bullet workout she posted at Santa Anita July 8 when she went four furlongs in :46...

Freshman sire Caracaro collected the first 'TDN Rising Star' trophy for his case when Casalu (f, 2, Caracaro–Key d'Oro, by Medaglia d'Oro) sailed home a debut winner on Sunday afternoon at the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club. Spotlighted in the Sunday edition of TDN's Summer Breezes and Racing Insights, the Three Amigos-owned juvenile who went off at sixty cents on the dollar here was looking to make good on a bullet workout she posted at Santa Anita July 8 when she went four furlongs in :46.40 (1/54). The heavy favorite blazed out of the gate and clearly announced her presence with authority up the backstretch. The $775,000 OBS April grad felt some hoofbeats around the far turn, but entering the lane her jets kicked in. The bay ended up winning by 5 1/2 lengths over Oveta's Hobby (Army Mule). Casalu zipped a quarter-mile in :20 2/5 before selling for $775,000 at this year's OBS Spring sale. The filly was bred and sold by Rafael Celis, who campaigned Caracaro in partnership with Lucas Noriego's Top Racing. Out of an extended female family which includes sire Yankee Gentleman (Storm Cat), the winner is a half-sister to Twirled (Twirling Candy), SP, $267,984. Key d'Oro is responsible for a yearling colt by Vekoma. She was not bred for this past season or for next year. Casalu, one of 49 foals of racing age for her freshman sire (by Uncle Mo), is his fourth worldwide winner. Caracaro's third came in Russia on Saturday.

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