15 Juvenile Winners for Silent Name in 2016
Silent Name is the dominant two-year-old sire in Canada in 2016 with 15 winners, three stakes winners and over $900,000 in progeny earnings.
His juvenile progeny have earned over $600,000 dollars more than the next Canadian stallion and his 15 winners is more than North American heavyweights like Uncle Mo, City Zip, Distorted Humor, More Than Ready, Elusive Quality and Scat Daddy.
Among Silent Name's juvenile winners are a trio of stakes winners in Cindervella, Hopping Not Hoping and Lookinforpursemonee, winner of the both the Victoria Stakes and the Simcoe Stakes.
Among the other promising Silent Name juveniles are the unbeaten Little Chrissy, winner of her two starts by over eight lengths, and the blacktype-placed winners Silent Eagle and Silent Flash.
Silent Name will stand for a $7,500 CAN fee in 2017.