- First starter, first winner: HUNTERTOWN, debut MdSpWt winner by 6 3/4 lengths at Horseshoe Indianapolis
- First 2-year-olds at OBS March led by a $300,000 colt
- First yearlings in 2021 sold for $310,000, $120,000, $110,000, $105,000, $100,000, $100,000, etc.
- Versatile millionaire son of HARLAN'S HOLIDAY has Graded stakes wins on both dirt and turf
- Grade 2 winner at 2, 3, and 4
- Won the Summer S. [G2] in Graded stakes debut, defeating eventual champion 3-year-old Channel Maker and MGSW Tiz a Slam
- Drew off to a 4 3/4-length win in the $600,000 Jim Dandy S. [G2] in his first start on the dirt, defeating Kentucky Derby [G1] winner Always Dreaming, eventual Stephen Foster H. [G1] winner Pavel, and Preakness S. [G1] winner Cloud Computing.
- In 4-year-old debut, won the $400,000 New Orleans H. [G2], defeating MGSW Scuba
- Won or placed in eight Graded stakes and retired with earnings of $1,309,450
- Deep and classy female family: tail-female descendant of La Troienne; fourth dam LA AFFIRMED is the granddam of Grade 1 winners SKY MESA and MONTHIR and a half-sister to champion 2-year-old filly OUTSTANDINGLY
- HARLAN'S HOLIDAY is responsible for arguably one of the hottest sire lines currently with Into Mischief
- First 2YOs in 2022
"He's a quality, beautiful horse, and he's run some high-quality races on dirt and turf."—WinStar CEO Elliott Walden after the New Orleans H. (G2) win
“Good Samaritan is an under-the-radar first-crop stallion to watch. He's a horse that would dirt, turf, long, anything. He’s by Harlan’s Holiday. If we’re all, years from now, saying ‘Gosh,’ it wouldn’t surprise anybody. That horse has all the credentials, and again, this is a really, really strong group that I feel has a lot of depth overall.”— Zach Madden, Buckland Sales, DRF