- 2019 sales: first 2YOs of $600,000, $350,000, $140,000, $110,000, etc.
- First-crop yearlings of $400,000, $240,000, $210,000, $200,000, $200,000, $200,000, $190,000, $185,000, $165,000, $150,000, etc.
- First weanling fillies sold up to $185,000, colts up to $170,000 in 2017
- No. 1 Freshman Covering Sire in 2016 — $508,142 Avg. from in-foal mares sold – higher than American Pharoah, including a $2,200,000 i/f mare at KEENOV
- Won the $1,000,000 Florida Derby [G1] at 3, $500,000 Donn Handicap [G1] at 4 - the first son of TAPIT to win Grade 1s in consecutive years
- At 3: Dominant 3 1⁄4-length winner of a loaded Allowance race in his second start, defeating multiple G1 winner TONALIST
- Undefeated Florida Derby winner in just his third start, bravely darting through a small hole at the rail to prove best
- Named a TDN Rising Star after an impressive debut win, sprinting 7f in 1:23 1⁄5
- At 4: Wire-to-wire winner of the Donn H. in his first start of the year, defeating defending Donn winner LEA, earning a 111 Beyer — the fastest performance around two turns ever sired by TAPIT
- Blue-Blooded Pedigree: A $400,000 Select yearling, out of multiple Graded producer BAFFLED — a $3,500,000 sale-topping DISTORTED HUMOR mare, & 3/4-brother to JACARANDA — $2,000,000
- Bred 425 mares in his first three books — First 2-year-olds race in 2019.
"It's a testament to the quality of horse he is—to go from a maiden to an allowance to a Grade One and to show a different running style and get some dirt in his face and put in an effort like that against much more seasoned horses."
-Todd Pletcher after 2014 Florida Derby
"I told Mr. Walden and Mr. Pletcher, 'That's a super horse.' I've never seen a horse like that, a first-time starter, do that the way he did it. It was impressive."
-Javier Castellano after maiden win
"The more people I talk to about this horse the more special he looks, as everyone who has been in contact with him has nothing but glowing things to say about him, from his physical and mental attributes to the extraordinary things he’s done on the racetrack."