Ch-ch-ch-changes . . .
"Kitten’s Joy, War Front, and Tapit all enjoyed breakout seasons in 2013, ranking first, fifth, and eighth on the general sire list through Dec. 26. Their accomplishments are remarkable considering their relative youth – Kitten’s Joy and Tapit are both 12, while War Front is 11. The average age of the other sires in the top 10 is 16.
http://www.drf.com/news/year-review-cha ... ion-market"
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I actually am glad there's a little diversity occurring at the top..even though when you look at it, it's just sons and grandsons of the top echelon we've had for decades (Indy, Prado, Danzig, Storm Cat). Really wish a sire like Einstein or a sire like Hat Trick would make a huge splash.