Bernardini

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Quite simply, world class

Six victories at three, taking him through America’s defining mid-season races.

 

Preakness S (G1), 9.5f, Pimlico, 2006

Jockey Club Gold Cup (G1), 12f, Belmont Park, 2006

 

HE WAS RANKED THE BEST THREE-YEAR-OLD OF 2006
ON THE WORLD THOROUGHBRED RANKINGS.

Bernardini 128
Discreet Cat 128
George Washington 127
Rail Link 127

A paragon among thoroughbreds

A Travers winner himself, he has sired Travers winners in his first two crops.

 

Bernardini Travers S (G1), 10f, Saratoga, 2006

Stay Thirsty Travers S (G1), 10f, Saratoga, 2011

Alpha Travers S (G1), 10f, Saratoga, 2012

 

The last stallion to sire two Travers winners:
Mr. Prospector. The last Travers winner to sire
two Travers winners: Man O’War.

Nine G1 winners

and 18 G1 horses.

He’s had 12 Graded winners in his
first two crops and 11 of them won Group/Graded races at two and three, more than any other stallion ever.

 

As we were saying:

World class!

Among the leading sires of 2014 ranked by number of worldwide Group or Graded winners with 11.

 

His two-year-old daughter Angela Renee his most recent high-level winner in the G1 Chandelier Stakes at Santa Anita.

 

Angela Renee Chandelier S (G1), 8.5f, Santa Anita, 2014

 

As popular as ever at the sales, 2014 yearlings make up to $1.2 million and average $337,000.