The sire of our mare, Street Singer, is the sensational sire Street Cry.  We are proud and excited to have the blood of Street Cry in our breeding and racing program.

Street Cry is a remarkable horse.  As an international racehorse, he won over $5 million in purses, winning races such as the Grade 1 Stephen Foster Handicap in the U.S. and the world’s richest race, the Dubai World Cup.  He finished worse than 2nd only once in his career, that being a 3rd place finish in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile.  As great as he was as a racehorse, Street Cry has been even better as a stallion. In his very first crop he sired the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile and Kentucky Derby winner, Street Sense. Street Sense is the only horse ever to win both the Breeder’s Cup Juvenile and Kentucky Derby and he earned $4.3 million. In the ensuing two years, Street Cry has sired a steady stream of elite horses including the multiple Champion and Breeders’ Cup Classic winner, Zenyatta. In the space of four days in 2009, Street Cry ‘s offspring won the Melbourne Cup with Shocking, and the Breeders’ Cup Classic with Zenyatta, two of the most prestigious races in the world. Street Cry is considered by breeders to be one of the leading sires in the U.S. and the world. His quality is attested to by his 2013 stud fee of $150,000.

Average Earnings Index ranks the lifetime earnings of a sire’s runners, with the average of the breed being 1.0. According to the 2010 Bloodhorse Stallion Register, at the close of 2009, of the 3,000 sires in the U.S., and with at least 100 starters, Street Cry was ranked #1 with an AEI of 3.61. This was far ahead of the second place horse, Storm Cat (3.21), and of the third place horse, AP Indy (3.15). No other horse surpassed 3.0. Street Cry has been a great racehorse and a spectacular stallion. We are trying to breed a racehorse just like him.

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