A new stallion is on the scene in Indiana and had a big season. JK Endofanera, a son of Art Major who earned more than $2 million and took a mark of 1:48.2, had a big showing with his first crop of two-year-olds in 2020.
JK Endofanera had 88 foals with 58 starters. Some of his standouts for the year included two-year-old colt and gelding standouts JK Going West, who took a mark of 1:51.0, and What’s Your Beef, who took a mark of 1:51.3 with earnings in excess of $175,000. JK Going West had the fastest time and most money of all freshman pacers this season.
The quickest filly was Something to Me, who took a mark of 1:51.4 and earnings over the $70,000 mark.
Of all pacing stallions in North America, JK Endofanera finished the year in 10th place on the list of leading money winning sires in 2020. His foals earned $1,028,217.
Following closely behind was Always a Virgin in 11th place with 63 starters in 102 registered foals and purse earnings in excess of $1,026,733. Both JK Endofanera and Always a Virgin, who both stand at Victory Hill Farm, were among the top 11 pacing stallions with foals who earned in excess of $1 million.
Rockin Image also made the top 20 list, ranked 18th with 67 starters among 96 foals with earnings over the $589,000 mark. Rockin Image was ranked ninth among all pacing stallions for three-year-olds, having 75 starters from 104 foals with earnings over the $1.4 million mark.