2017 Stud Fee: $7,500 payable out of proceeds or by 12/31/19

“The victory stamped the big gray colt as a 3-Year-Old to reckon with in the May 1st Kentucky Derby.” - The Wall Street Journal

“Thanks for putting this Monster in my lap ... He was brilliant, striking to look at and by Tapit. I think he is a great sire prospect.”
- Hall of Fame Trainer Bob Baffert

Flashback is an impeccably-bred, striking son of 3-time Leading Sire Tapit. Tapit has established himself as one of the most successful sires of the past quarter century. Flashback is a full brother to Multiple Grade 1 Winner Zazu who sold for $2.1 million. He has the looks, the pedigree, the performance and the owners to be any kind of sire.

An early favorite for the Kentucky Derby, he was the model of consistency as a racehorse. Flashback was never off the board in seven career starts. His trainer Bob Baffert described him as, “... brilliant. He’ll make a great sire.”

Flashback rose to the top of the 3-year-old class after a scintillating 6 1/4 length victory in his stakes debut around two turns in the Grade 2 Robert B. Lewis at Santa Anita. Sent off the favorite in the $750,000 Grade 1 Santa Anita Derby, Flashback was narrowly defeated by Goldencents while sustaining an injury. Flashback’s sire Tapit is the sire of Grade 2 winner Mohaymen, a $2.2 million yearling co-sales topper, who is a half brother to Breeders’ Cup Juvenile winner New Year’s Day.

272 mares bred in his first two crops.


By Tapit, Flashback was an early favorite for the Kentucky Derby, winning the Robert B. Lewis (G2) by 6 1/4 lengths. He was narrowly defeated as the favorite in the $750,000 Santa Anita Derby (G1) while sustaining an injury.
"... a 3-year-old to reckon with ..." - WSJ

New Year's Day

Winner of the 2013 Breeders' Cup Juvenile where he defeated 5 Grade 1 Winners, New Year's Day was an Eclipse Finalist and Highweight on the Exp Free Hcp at 126 pounds. Half-brother to Mohaymen (G2), a $2.2 million yearling co-Sales Topper.

Power Broker

A Grade 1 Winner by sire of sires, Pulpit, Power Broker, broke his maiden in the Grade 1 FrontRunner at two, won the $500,000 Indiana Derby (G2) 4/5ths off the track record and earned over $850,000. Tapit, by Pulpit, is the Leading Sire in North America for the second year in a row.