Gainesway stallion Tapizar was represented by his third career graded stakes winner when his talented daughter Jeltrin defied her 50-1 odds to capture the G2 Davona Dale at Gulfstream Park March 2.
Tapizar is beginning to follow in the footsteps of his champion sire Tapit by throwing champion runners. The stallion was represented by his first Eclipse Award winner when his talented daughter Monomoy Girl clinched the 2018 title for top 3-year-old filly.
Against one of the deepest fields of the Breeders’ Cup weekend, 3-year-old Tapizar filly Monomoy Girl stamped her authority over the filly and mare division with a sensational victory in the Breeders’ Cup Distaff (G1) Nov. 3 at Churchill Downs.
Two-year-old Tapizar colt Solidify circled the field to capture the Oct. 21 Grey Stakes (G3), the card’s featured stakes event over 1 1/16 miles on the main track at Woodbine.
Tapizar filly Monomoy Girl tightened her stranglehold on North America’s 3-year-old filly division with yet another dominating performance, this time in the Coaching Club American Oaks (G1) July 22 at Saratoga Race Course. It was her fourth consecutive Grade 1 win of the season.
On the same card that would see 3-year-old colt Justify become the 13th Triple Crown winner, the nation’s leading 3-year-old filly, Kentucky Oaks (G1) winner Monomoy Girl, captured her third consecutive Grade 1 race in the one-mile Acorn Stakes June 9 at Belmont Park.
Monomoy Girl showcased equal parts talent and determination to capture a thrilling edition of the Kentucky Oaks (G1) May 4 at Churchill Downs, gamely refusing to yield after a stretch-long battle with Wonder Gadot.
Monomoy Girl, already considered the leading Kentucky Oaks (G1) candidate, solidified her status as the country’s top 3-year-old filly with a dominant wire-to-wire victory in the Ashland Stakes (G1) April 7 at Keeneland.
Tapizar filly Monomoy Girl made a successful 3-year-old debut Feb. 17, winning the Rachel Alexandra Stakes (G2) by 2½ lengths to announce herself as a leading Kentucky Oaks (G1) candidate.
Gainesway has released stud fees for its 2018 roster, and Tapit, the leading North American sire in 2014, 2015, and 2016, will again command a $300,000 fee and his book will be limited to 125 mares.