Horse Racing

Tacitus Sires The first ponies in New York

Taylor Made Stallions Categorized Multi-Stake Winner tacitus son of many of North America’s top gentlemen faucet of the Older Women’s Champion and five-time 1st Class Champion Close the cellar door Breeding of ponies was first reported on January 16 in New York.

The first to arrive was a pony coming out Bustin’s Stone Super Stone mares bred and raised by Dr. Jerry Bilinski at his Waldorf Ranch, and a mare produced from stakes Brave cat mare Lady Joan was bred and bred on the Irish Hill Century Farm.

“She was what I expected a Tacitus pony to look like,” Rick Burke of Century Irish Farms said of the foal. “She has a lot of legs and good bones. She looks a lot like him.”

A home-breed of Juddmonte Farms coached by Bill Mott, Tacitus is a three-times classified bet winner and many classical performers have earned more than $3.7 million in career earnings.

Tacitus won the 2019 Tampa Bay Derby (G2) on his debut at the age of 3, stopping the clock at a bet record time of 1:41.90 for 1 1/16 miles. In the next start, he won the Wood Memorial Stake (G2) and followed with a third place in the Kentucky Derby (G1) and second in the Belmont Stock (G1), the Jim Dandy Stake. (G2) and Travers Shares (G1). At age 4, Tacitus won the Suburban Stakes (G2) and was placed in the Woodward Handicap (G1) and Jockey Club Gold Cup Stakes (G1).

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Tacitus costs $10,000 and bred 188 mares in his first book.

This press release has been edited by BloodHorse Staff for content and style.


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