- 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 2019, who is by dual Classic winner, SUNDAY SILENCE. Heart's Cry is the sire of 8 G1 winners and 25 GSWs to date, including 2019 Japan Cup [G1] winner SUAVE RICHARD (JPN) and winner of Australia's Cox Plate [G1] in 2019, 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 on debut in 2019 and won the Shinzan Kinen [G3] in her 3YO debut
"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"