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Odds On Equuleus: Sire of a Super Final winner in his first crop!

Odds On Equuleus stands in Indiana after a distinguished racing career. The fourth fastest son of Art Major brings a solid record of production and desirable bloodlines to the Hoosier State. On the track, Odds On Equuleus battled the best on the Grand Circuit over multiple seasons. Some of his highlights include:

Odds On Equuleus

ODDS ON EQUULEUS

Art Major-Latte Lady-Jenna's Beach Boy
2, 1:50m; 3, Q1:50.1m; 1:47.3m ($935,816)
One of Art Major's fastest sons

Won his $87,550 International Stallion Stake division in a time of 1:50

Finished a neck behind Captaintreacherous in the $1,000,000 Metro Final

Raced second in the $635,750 Meadowlands Pace with a 1:48.4 effort

Paced second in the $100,000 Meadowlands Maturity in a time of 1:49.3

At two, Odds On Equuleus banked over $400,000 in earnings and hit the board in eight of nine seasonal starts, registering five wins. He captured his $109,206 division of the Nassagaweya at Mohawk in 1:52.3, his fourth career start, before claiming a Metro elimination and racing a close second to Captaintreacherous in the final. The colt finished his freshman campaign with a victory at The Red Mile in the International Stallion Stake.

As a sophomore, Odds On Equuleus finished second five times in some of the sport's biggest races. He was second in a North America Cup elimination, runner-up in the Meadowlands Pace, and second in a Little Brown Jug heat, clocking a 1:50.3 mile before pacing in 1:51.2 later that afternoon in the Jug final. Odds On Equuleus finished in the money in the Empire Breeders Classic, Messenger Stake and American National.

Competing in the open ranks for four seasons, Odds On Equuleus continued to reach the winner's circle and record fast miles. He took his 1:47.3 mark at five and paced in 1:48.4 as a seven year old, logging miles of 1:51 or faster six times in his final season.

The first crop of Odds On Equuleus made an immediate impact in the Hoosier State. With only nine starters, he produced five winners led by $270,000 Indiana Sires Stakes Super Final winner Trick Of The Light p, 2, 1:51.1s ($227,250). Odds On Equuleus was also represented by winners Odds On Number One p, 2, 1:54.3s ($31,025), Odds On Alpha Male p, 2, 1:53s ($23,970), and Premier On Stage p, 2, 1:52.4s ($22,105). He led all Indiana pacing sires in average freshman earnings per foal. The latest yearling crop from the son of Art Major sold last fall, averaging $29,333 at the Hoosier Classic Sale.

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