2. American Sires

SH Avatar has been America’s busiest sire over the last 9 months – with his brilliant son Konomi headlining by breaking the Southland Track record.

01.) SH Avatar – 118 services
02.) Superior Panama – 93
03.) Pat C Clement  – 64
04.) Djays Octane – 60
05.) Flying Fired Up – 40
06.) Kiowa Myth – 35
07.) Barcelona Boss – 27
08.) Lonesome Cry – 25
09.) Kiowa Sweet Trey – 22
10.) BD’S Grayson – 21
11.) Dragon Fire – 20

KC And All’s son Superior Panama has burst into breeders calculations over the last year courtesy of a number of outstanding progeny racing at Southland. American Andale, Finebaum and American Airdine have all acquitted themselves well at America’s premier track. Super C Action has dominated at Tri-State and has only recently moved to Wheeling Downs in a surprise move as he was expected to go to Southland. He has left Tri-State in good hands with his sister Super C Azelle in dominating form there winning nine of her last ten.

Another recent addition to the ‘popularity’ stakes list is first season sire Flying Fired Up. The top class son of Rhythmless has been America’s fifth most busiest sire over the last year and again on the back of prominent youngsters racing at Southland. Everything about Fired Up is class. He raced at Southland, his dam raced at Southland and now his progeny are following suit

This week’s Nationals (Oct 2018) reflects the popularity of the Avatar, Panama and Fired Up.

SH Avatar’s son JS King Kunta was the top seller at the last week’s Nationals bringing $57,000

Superior Panama’s progeny sold well with his son JS Flaming Ace going for $52,500, JS Makin Waves for $45,000 and JS Rip Cord making $37,500

Flying Handsome (Flying Coal City) and Flying Pit Boss (Barcelona Boss) both sold for $41,000

Flying Fired Up’s son Dirty Face Steve sold for $25,000 with another son Hide The Ball going for $21,000. Interesting that Flying Pit Boss is out of a ½ sister to Flying Fired Up

Page updated October 2018