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“In this game, you dream of winning the Breeders’ Cup or the Kentucky Derby. New Year’s Day could have done both.” - Hall of Fame Trainer Bob Baffert

On Racing’s Greatest Day, in front of 58,795 patrons on track and over 2 million viewers on NBC, New Year’s Day, by the recently deceased Champion Sire Street Cry, defined himself as the 2013 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Champion, defeating 5 Grade 1 Winners on dirt.

Eclipse Finalist and Breeders’ Cup Champion New Year’s Day was the highest weighted 2YO Colt in North America on the 2013 Experimental Free Handicap

Graded Stakes winner Mohaymen, a $2.2 million yearling co-Sales Topper, is a half-brother to New Year’s Day.

In 2016, his first-crop yearlings sold for $125,000, $125,000, etc.

“This is our greatest accomplishment in horse racing. We plan to offer our full support to ensure New Year’s Day’s success as a stallion.”
- Gary and Mary West


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.