The Classic-winning son of Tapit bred over 250 mares in his first two seasons at stud. Tonalist was represented by his first foals this year with his highest-priced colt selling for $260,000, while his top filly was purchased for $175,000. Buyers were very impressed with his foals, with top horseman like Gabriel Duignan, Glencrest Farm, Fox Hill Farm, Frankfort Park Farm and more supporting him at the fall sales.
“We've been very impressed with his first foals,” said Lane's End's David Ingordo, “They're well grown, forward, quality foals, with bone, and great structure.”
“We're more excited about Tonalist than ever. His first foals combined with his race record and pedigree has made us even more confident on his chances to be a top sire.” said Bill Farish of Lane's End.
Please contact Jill, Levana or Chance at the Lane's End office regarding Tonalist.
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