# Stallion
Fee
Earnings
1 Into Mischief
250,000
$25,015,829
2 Ghostzapper
75,000
$16,275,413
3 Curlin
175,000
$15,836,320
4 Medaglia d'Oro
100,000
$15,544,055
5 Tapit
185,000
$15,444,344
Top 10 Sires of Covering Sires (NA&EU), ranked by Average Price (sorted by Rank)
Stallion Price
Into Mischief $1,885,714
Tapit $1,325,000
Kingman (GB) $1,062,039
Lope de Vega (Ire) $919,941
Quality Road $709,500
Curlin $675,000
Uncle Mo $651,250
Frankel (GB) $504,663
Siyouni (Fr) $493,833
Wootton Bassett (GB) $475,176
Schedule of Listed
And Graded Stakes in N.A.
Date Race Name Track
1/22/2022 LOUISIANA S. (G3) fg
1/22/2022 LECOMTE S. (G3) fg
1/22/2022 AMERICAN BEAUTY S. (L) op
1/22/2022 COLONEL E. R. BRADLEY S. (L) fg
1/22/2022 SILVERBULLETDAY S. (L) fg
1/29/2022 PEGASUS WORLD CUP INVITATIONAL S. (G1) gp
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Wharton

Though he was a bit chilly on the board for a Bob Baffert-trained, John Velazquez-ridden, $475,000 KEESEP buy by the powerful ownership conglomerate nicknamed The Avengers, Wharton (Candy Ride {Arg}–Her Smile, by Include) earned 'TDN Rising Star'-dom all the same Friday as he left a highly regarded second timer in his wake at Santa Anita...

Though he was a bit chilly on the board for a Bob Baffert-trained, John Velazquez-ridden, $475,000 KEESEP buy by the powerful ownership conglomerate nicknamed The Avengers, Wharton (Candy Ride {Arg}–Her Smile, by Include) earned 'TDN Rising Star'-dom all the same Friday as he left a highly regarded second timer in his wake at Santa Anita. Stablemate McLaren Vale (Gun Runner) had taken the first of split sprint divisions two races earlier by a length in 1:17.81, but this looked like the stronger group on paper, in large part due to the presence of odds-on Got Thunder (Arrogate), the $750,000 OBSAPR grad who was second on debut at Del Mar to another Avengers representative and GIII Sham S. entrant Newgrange (Violence). Off as the 4-1 second choice with teammate Armagnac (Quality Road) given a 5-1 chance, Wharton broke cleanly enough from the rail and stalked from the pocket with Got Thunder to his outside. Armagnac soon joined the chasing fray farther out, and Wharton poked a head in front in the vicinity of the 3/8 pole. Got Thunder tried to move to even terms with Wharton as they neared the straight, but Wharton lengthened his stride, found another gear and glided home a 5 1/4-length victor, stopping the clock in 1:17.52. Got Thunder held off Armagnac for second. The winner is out of 2011 GI Prioress S. winner Her Smile (Include), who sold to KatieRich Farms for $1.5 million at the 2015 Keeneland November sale while carrying Pink Sands (Tapit), MGSW, $490,800. Her Smile's recent produce includes an Arrogate colt of 2020 and a More Than Ready filly of 2021. She was most recently bred to Justify.

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