Swan for All continues to show his dominance in the state of Indiana as the top stallion, but his success with his foals reaches well beyond the borders of Indiana. Swan for All is currently ranked among the top 10 in North America among leading money winning sires for 2020 for both two and three-year-olds as well as all ages of trotters.
For all age of trotters, Swan for All is ranked eighth with 193 starters from 636 foals racing in 2020. In all more than $4 million was accumulated by his foals of all ages this season, only one of eight to eclipse the $4 million mark in earnings.
Among two-year-olds only, Swan for All had 55 starters from 89 foals this year with earnings in excess of $1.2 million. Three-year-olds were even more impressive with 58 foals racing from 83 total, scoring more than $1.4 million in earnings.
Swan for All’s biggest two-year-old standout was Swift Swanda, winner of the freshman trotting filly super final at Harrah’s Hoosier Park. The filly earned in excess of $237,00 for the year with a mark of 1:55.2. The fastest two-year-old of the season was Shirley Goodness, a two-year-old trotting filly that earned a mark of 1:54.4. Other $100,000-plus foals for the year from Swan for All included Brookview Bolt, winner of $171,000, Shirley Goodness with $134,000 earned, and Swingforthefences, who garnered $131,000 in earnings.
Guccio also made the list for three-year-old trotters. He sired 30 winners in the sophomore ranks from 83 foals with earnings just under the $800,000 mark. Guccio’s top two-year-old was Ima Diamond Babe, who took a mark of 1:57.2 and made more than $114,000. Monarch was the quickest freshman on the year by Guccio, taking a mark of 1:56.3.