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Tapit

Status:
Retired
Owner(s):
Bred:
Kentucky (USA) by Oldenburg Farms,LLC
Pedigree:
Rating:
7.96/10  

Tapit - Race Results & Past Performances

Date(Descending)
Horse
Fin
Tr
#
Dist.
Sf.
Race
$
Cnd
1st
2nd
3rd
Time
View Details09/06/04Tapit9thPrx101 1/8 mDPennsylvania Derby-G2 3 MLove of MoneyPollard's VisionSwingforthefences1:48.42
View DetailsView Video05/01/04Tapit9thCD101 1/4 mDKentucky Derby-G1 3 MSmarty JonesLion HeartImperialism2:04.06
View DetailsView Video04/10/04Tapit1stAqu81 1/8 mDWood Memorial-G1 3 MTapitMaster DavidEddington1:49.70
View DetailsView Video03/13/04Tapit6thGP91 1/8 mDFlorida Derby-G1 3 MFriends LakeValue PlusThe Cliff's Edge1:51.38
View Details11/15/03Tapit1stLrl61 1/16 mDLaurel Futurity-G3 2 MTapitPolish RifleGhost Mountain1:43.81
View Details10/19/03Tapit1stDel61 mileDMSW 2 MTapitFancatstikMighty Roar1:38.20
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Older Comments about Tapit...

Anyone catch tonight's CNBC's Secret Lives of the Super Rich? They featured The Factor, and Tapit. They showed but didn't talk about- Curlin, Zenyatta, and a few others.
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  • SSilence86 · It wasn't really about the glitz. They talked to Will Farish for a minute, but piece was centered around the studs and their fees not the people. · 307 days ago
  • Sullivan · No, wish I had, though · 307 days ago
what a sire!
Tapit's three year olds are wonderful thus far this year. Sired major stakes winners in Untapable, Constitution, and Tonalist. Assuming these three continue to do well (along with others such as Ring Weekend) do you think his stud fee would go any higher? I know it is already at 150k, but this may shape up to very well be his best crop yet.
  • Sullivan · Depends on the health of the industry. The way I see it, he is going to be riding the ceiling of whatever the industry throws at him · 313 days ago
  • sullivan1 · rafi is sullivan · 313 days ago
one of the great sires in horseracing today!
Tapit will stand for $150,000 in 2014. Other Gainesway fees are: Afleet Alex - $12,500, Afleet Express, - $5,000, Birdstone, - $10,000, Hat Trick - $15,000, Tapizar - $15,000, To Honor and Serve - $20,000
I wonder what Tapits and Zennys baby is goin to look like and act like ,hopefuly the baby is going to be a strong yet very fast amd gracefull when it passes the finish line because I think thier baby is going to be a Champion and is goin to blow everyones socks of just like Secritariat did lol.Good Luck to Tapit and Zenny!
I think he'll be like another Bold Ruler.
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  • rafirox · An ideal sprinter is a little bit small, very compact, and has a big ass. Classic horses are generally taller and slender without a big ass. Marathoners usually are the same as classic horses, I would assume. USUALLY. This is all generalazation. Their are sprinters that have bodies of routers, and vise versa. · 752 days ago
  • cocoa2 · I understand larger haunches helping sprinting, but I would think a larger, easier stride would make it so that as the distances got longer, the advantage got larger. · 752 days ago
Since we seem to be playing "My Pretty Pony," get a load of this looker: http://www.flickr.com/photos/hoosiershadow/7992640956/in/photostream
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  • cocoa2 · That's the best thing about Liver Chestnuts, Dressage, when the roll in mud you can almost pretend you can't tell. Haha · 779 days ago
  • Dressage3295 · HAHAHAHAHA!!!!!! That is very true!!! It is SOOOOOOO frustrating to have a light colored horse at a show! You look away for a second and they are either COVERED in dirt or have a GIANT manure stain on them!!!! I remember my gray got away from me at a show and took off. He found a nice little red dirt pile and had himself a good roll that turned him PINK. I don't know how many times I washed him and it WOULDN'T COME OUT!!!! So embarrassing lol · 779 days ago
Wow, first Wall Street Journal spotlight, next a reality show for "racing's most eligible bachelor"? http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887324662404578330310237218902.html
  • kedez2012 · I was really confused as to where this article was going when it started, haha. At this point, any publicity is good publicity for racing, so good for Tapit · 781 days ago
How about naming it Moneypit or Tapout since it will be a waste of Zenyatta's great attributes?
Something I have noticed about all the Tapit offspring is that they race with so much heart. Sure they have speed and stamina and some with both, but they all race with their heart everytime :)
  • tapitwando · totally agree with you tapit is one of my favourite stallions if not the first still young and already has produced 3 breeders cup winners tapitsfly stardombound and hansen if zazu would have raced in the ladies classic i think she would have won it · 1259 days ago

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