QUALITY ROAD is the Leading Fourth Crop Sire in North America, and when it comes to Group/Graded Stakes Winners, he is #2 on the General Sire List behind only Tapit. In the month of May alone, he had three individual graded stakes winners and three different individual graded stakes-placed runners. He also has the co-third highest amount of Graded Stakes Horses on the General Sire List, along with War Front.
Leading the way for QUALITY ROAD is the talented 3-year-old filly Abel Tasman, winner of the prestigious Grade 1 Longines Kentucky Oaks. His other graded stakes winners in May included Illuminant, who was victorious in the Grade 2 Monrovia Stakes, and Cowboy Culture, who took the Grade 3 Arlington Classic Stakes.
QUALITY ROAD’s graded stakes placed horses in May included Frank Conversation and Follow Me Crev, who are both multiple graded stakes placed, and High Ridge Road, who became a graded stakes winner in February by taking the Grade 2 Barbara Fritchie Stakes in February.