Quite simply one of the greatest sires in the world today. He continually sires both high class fillies and colts.
ALWAYS A VIRGIN
At 3, winner of Reynolds at The Meadowlands, Somebeachsomewhere div at Mohawk, Indiana Sires Finals, Bluegrass at Lexington, International Stallion at Lexington, Indiana Championship, Monument Circle at Hoosier, elim of Breeders Crown at Meadowlands. At 4, winner of elim and final of Breeders Crown at Woodbine. At 5 winner elim and final of Ben Franklin at Pocono in World record, Haughton at The Meadowlands in World Record, Jim Ewart Memorial at Scioto Downs in World Record, Hoosier Park Pacing Derby, Allerage Farms Open at Lexington in World Record, Breeders Crown and TVG FFA Final at The Meadowlands
One of the very best sons of Rocknroll Hanover – this $2.4 million earner won at the highest level from two to four.
He was the richest two year old of the year and also equalled the World Record at that age.
As a three year old he not only won the Meadowlands Pace but also the $500,000 Battle of Brandywine - in identical times of 1:48.2.
As a four-year-old he was a monster, setting world records on both five eighths (1:47.8) and half mile tracks (1:49.2). He became the first horse to win in sub 1:48 in three consecutive starts.
Sire of the US Two Year Old Pacing Colt/Gelding of the year, Lost In Time, from his debut crop!
Auckland Reactor was an excitement machine as a racehorse and he is now forging an exciting stallion career.He won his first 17 starts in a row – 24 of his first 27 starts. He was the quickest New Zealand horse ever to get to $1 million in earnings.
Auckland Reactor arrived in the big time with a bang in winning the Group 1 NZ Sires Stakes 3yo Final in November 2007. This was the start of a dominating two seasons where he blitzed the opposition in six further Group 1’s – the NZ Derby (NZ Record), NZ Free-For-All (NZ Record), Auckland Cup, Taylor Mile, NZ Messenger (Race Record) and NZ Jewels 4yo Emerald.
Now as a sire he has already a dual Group 1 sire and was Australia's Leading First Crop Stallion.
LADY ASHLEE ANN
O’Brien Older Pacing Horse of the Year in 2012. World champion. At 3, winner elim. and Final Breeders Crown at Woodbine, Cane P., Final American-National S., Windy City P., elim. Summertime Pacing Ser. at Mohawk; second in Somebeachsomewhere at Mohawk, elim. Little Brown Jug; third in Final Little Brown Jug, elim. Meadowlands P. At 4, winner elim. and Final Ben Franklin FFA at Pocono, Final Quillen Mem. at Harrington, Final Des Smith Classic at Rideau Carleton, elim. Canadian Pacing Derby; second in Final Canadian Pacing Derby, Woodbine Gold Cup. At 5, second in Final Molson P. at London; third in elim. Ben Franklin FFA at Pocono.
At 2, equaled world record, winner of Woodrow Wilson, Metro S., Niatross S. At 3, winner of Breeders Crown, Tattersalls, Matron, Bluegrass, Jug Preview, elims of Progress Pace, Meadowlands Pace and New Jersey Classic.
Retired as the equal fastest horse of all time (in a race).
As a two year old, He’s Watching went undefeated and was awarded US 2yo Colt of the Year. In eight starts he set five track records and two World Records.
He returned as a three year old and became the equal fastest horse of all time when he demolished a strong field in the Meadowlands Pace.
He is superbly bred and carries no fewer than four strains of the outstanding mare K Nora.
As a racehorse Majestic Son was outstanding winning almost $2 million and at stud Majestic Son is the dominant trotting stallion in the Southern Hemisphere today.
He sired the winners of almost all major races on offer, set and broken records across Australia and New Zealand and achieved top sale prices in the ring.
He is a three time leading trotting stallion in Australia and in 2017/18 he became the leading trotting stallion in New Zealand.
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