- 2021 racing: LAOBANONAPRAYER, runner-up in the Franklin Square S.; etc.
- Sire of G1-winning 2YO filly SIMPLY RAVISHING from his first crop of runners: 6 1/4-length winner of Keeneland's Alcibiades S. [G1], earning an 89 Beyer—the fastest 2YO Beyer of Keeneland's fall meet
- Other first-crop runners include KEEPMEINMIND, winner of the Kentucky Jockey Club S. [G2], runner-up in the Breeders' Futurity [G1] and placed in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile [G1]; LAOBANONAPRAYER, winner of the Maid of the Mist S.; Ava's Grace, placed in Saratoga's Adirondack S. [G2]; Dreamer's Disease, winner of a MdSpWt and a Keeneland allowance by a combined 8 1/2 lengths; Uno, debut MdSpWt winner in New York; etc.
- 2020 sales: first-crop 2YOs sold for $255,000, $110,000, $100,000, etc.
- First-crop yearlings in 2019 sold for up to $170,000
- Wire-to-wire winner of Saratoga's Jim Dandy S. [G2] by 1 1/4 lengths, defeating Belmont S. [G1] winner Creator, multiple Graded stakes winners Mohyamen and Destin, etc.
- Raced 9 times at 8 different tracks in 10 months and earned $526,250. Runner-up in the Gotham S. [G3] and placed in the Sham S. [G3]
- $260,000 Keeneland September yearling purchase
- From the first-crop of sire sensation UNCLE MO
- Out of CHATTERTOWN, a stakes-placed daughter of leading sire SPEIGHTSTOWN and 3/4-sister to multiple G1 winner and multi-millionaire I’M A CHATTERBOX
- A complete outcross in his first four generations
"Laoban has proven to be a stallion that can get a speedy runner who packs plenty of punch on the track."
"There’s guaranteed speed and I could see [Laoban] having a breakout year. They are going to come out running hard. They all have a pleasing physical type. Horses that stamp their progeny this way usually have at least some level of success."
- Brandon Rice, TDN
"I think he has a chance to be a premier stallion..."
- Justin Casse, TDN
"Laoban is stamping his foals and proving to be a cookie-cutter of the Uncle Mo style of stretch and athleticism. WinStar is a great fit for him and he is sure to get a wide variety of nice mares coming from all their partnerships and support. We couldn't be more excited about his future."
- Becky Thomas, Sequel Stallions