- Grade 1 winner on both dirt and turf, earner of $2.5 million and five triple-digit Beyers: 108, 106, 105, 103, 102
- Won the $750,000 Woodward S. [G1] in his first career start on the dirt against the largest field in the 66-year history of the race
- Defeated eight Graded stakes winners, including three Grade 1 winners, in the $500,000 Old Forester Turf Classic [G1]
- Game winner of the $500,000 Hill Prince S. [G3] defeating Horse of the Year Bricks and Mortar
- Won stakes debut in the James W. Murphy S. by four lengths, going from last to first in a 12-horse field
- A strong second to McKinzie in the $1,000,000 Whitney S. [G1] with a gap of 4 ¾ lengths to the next horse, earning a 108 Beyer in the second-fastest Whitney since 1955
- Competed on three different continents, including the prestigious Queen Anne S. [G1] at Royal Ascot, finishing 1 1/4 lengths behind the winner
- Named a TDN Rising Star after going gate-to-wire in a Keeneland MdSpWt to win by 4 lengths
- $765,160 yearling purchase at the Japan Yearling Sale
- By HEART'S CRY (JPN), one of the leading sires in Japan in 2020, who is by dual Classic winner, SUNDAY SILENCE. Heart's Cry is the sire of 10 G1 winners, including 3-time champion and 2019 Japanese Horse of the Year, LYS GRACIEUX (JPN)
- Out of a brilliant track record-setting sprinter from the Gone West sire line, HILDA’S PASSION won the Ballerina S. [G1] by 9 1/4 lengths, the largest win margin of the race
- Three-quarter sister SANCTUAIRE (JPN) won the 2020 Shinzan Kinen [G3] in her 3YO debut
- First yearlings in 2022
"Through sires such as Sunday Silence, Deep Impact, Southern Halo, More Than Ready, and Saint Ballado, the Halo line has exerted a remarkable global impact providing champion runners and sires in North America, South America, Europe, Japan, and Australia. Yoshida—out of a Grade 1-winning sprint mare—and himself a Grade 1 winner on dirt and turf exemplifies the class and versatility for which the Halo line has become world-renowned."
"Yoshida proved to be a versatile racehorse, winning prestigious Grade 1 races on dirt and turf. He is out of a very fast Grade 1-winning mare and brings back the Sunday Silence/Halo blood to America through his sire Heart’s Cry. He is an outstanding physical that possesses heart as a racehorse that everyone is looking to breed into their foals"
"He's very versatile. He's done it all. He's a Grade 1 winner on turf and dirt. He's got the pedigree for both. It's very rare. With most horses, they are clearly one or the other."
"The Sunday Silence male line will be represented by its most viable prospect in the U.S. next year when WinStar’s Yoshida begins stud duty... he brings a degree of versatility that will be appealing to breeders and yearling buyers as turf racing continues to gain in opportunity and stature here while dirt remains the arena for Classic competition."