“Hoof Beats” has published a special 2022 Breeders Book, covering the upcoming breeding season featuring stallions from coast to coast. The 300-plus page book includes several statistical pages in the front that highlights several Indiana stallions. The books are now arriving in homes.
The special edition of “Hoof Beats” begins with statistics for leading broodmare sires followed by Sires Stakes money winners. In the Indiana category, Dalby Hanover was the leader for the two-year-old colt pace with $200,000-plus total. The Rockin Image was sold for a yearling price of $15,000. The top filly pacer was Trick of the Light (Odds on Equuleus) and the top freshman trotters were Dover in Motion (Dover Dan) in the colt category and M-M’s Dream (Swan for All) in the filly category.
Roll Em (Time to Roll) lead three-year-old colts with a total of $190,000 for the year followed by Hot Mess Express (Panther Hanover) among the three-year-old filly pacers. Swingforthefences (Swan for All) was the top trotting colt over Shirley Goodness (Swan for All) among trotting fillies.
In the summary of leading sires for two and three-year-olds, three Indiana sires were listed among the top 25 with Rockin Image ranked highest in ninth place for pacers. Two trotting stallions made the top 25 with Swan for All finishing fifth Dover Dan, who only had one crop, also finished among the top 25.
In statistics for sires by speed, JK Endofanera was ranked third for two and three-year-old pacers. Swan for All was fifth among the fastest two and three-year-old trotters.
Auction reports were included in the issue, covering all three Indiana sales, Hoosier Classic, Michiana Classic, and the Topeka Yearling. Yearling prices for all the sires were also listed.
Finally, pages featuring stallions are included, offering details on the breeding of the stallion along with performance reports thus for of their offspring.