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Tapizar’s Mr. Crow records 109 Beyer in dazzling 11½-length romp at Spa

Tapizar colt Mr. Crow broke on top and increased his margin at every call in the July 22 Saratoga opener, winning by 11½ lengths in a sharp 1:09.44 to post the year’s highest Beyer Speed Figure by a 3-year-old.

Tapizar ‘Rising Star’ American Pastime targeting Grade 1 Jerkens after allowance score

American Pastime, the promising 3-year-old Tapizar colt who earned “TDN Rising Star” status for his 4½-length debut victory March 11, returned to the Santa Anita winner’s circle June 11 after a similarly impressive allowance score.

Tapizar debutante impresses for Pletcher at Gulfstream

Tapizar debutante Firefoot, a Keeneland September Book 1 graduate, overcame a slow beginning to score impressively in her unveiling June 4 at Gulfstream Park.

Tapizar colt brings $250K at Fasig-Tipton Midlantic

A colt from the second crop of Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile (G1) winner Tapizar brought $250,000 during the May 23 session of Fasig-Tipton’s Midlantic sale of 2-year-olds in training.

Tapizar colt American Pastime brilliant in ‘Rising Star’ debut

Gainesway’s young stallion Tapizar has had quite a good run of late, siring five winners in eight days. The most exciting of these might have been American Pastime, whose brilliant debut March 11 at Santa Anita Park earned “TDN Rising Star” designation and a 91 Beyer Speed Figure.

Tapizar’s Tap It All leads all the way in California Oaks

Tap It All became the newest black-type winner for Gainesway’s sophomore stallion Tapizar when the 3-year-old bay filly won the Feb. 11 California Oaks Stakes at Golden Gate Fields.

Tapizar tops first-crop sires by Experimental Free Handicap runners

A fixture on the U.S. racing scene since 1935, the Experimental Free Handicap is a weight-based assessment of the previous year’s juvenile runners. Gainesway’s Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile-winning Tapizar led all other first-crop sires with four youngsters among the rankings: two colts and two fillies.

Tapizar sires 15th winner, strengthens position on freshman list

Gainesway’s freshman sire Tapizar added winner number 15 to his spreadsheet when Reddam Racing’s Blabimir took the fifth race over seven juvenile rivals Dec. 9 at Los Alamitos in California.

Gainesway announces 2017 stud fees

Gainesway announced its 2017 stud fees Nov. 10, with leading sire Tapit again headlining the roster and standing for an industry-leading fee of $300,000.

Another impressive Japanese winner for Tapizar

Gainesway’s freshman sire Tapizar got his second Japanese maiden winner and 10th overall winner Oct. 15 when his 2-year-old daughter Mrs Watanabe won her career debut over 1400m at Tokyo Racecourse.

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