Double Infinity Ranch is proud to be standing the #1 First and Second Crop Sire in the State of Texas. This incredible Stallion Prospect was chosen because he was one of the Nation’s Top Performers by the World’s Perennial Leading Sire Tapit. Moro Tap was bred by Edward P Evans, one of the Top Breeders in the history of American Thoroughbreds. He was purchased for $350,000 as a two-year-old which was one of the highest prices ever paid for a Tapit 2yo at the time. His success on the track came on dirt and turf, but more importantly at short and long distances. He is from the Blue Hen Mare “Ghost Dancing” who has produced Two Grade 1 Winning siblings since Moro Tap was purchased for stallion duty. His half-brother by Candy Ride named Ascend won the Million Dollar Grade 1 Manhattan Stakes and his half-brother by Quality Road named “Roadster” won the Grade 1 Santa Anita Derby and was the second betting choice in the 2019 Kentucky Derby. His half-brother by Twirling Candy sold for $975,000 at the Keeneland September Sale in 2019. With such an incredible female family and being by World’s Leading Sire Tapit there is not a better choice to send your mare to in the Southern United States. Moro Tap is already off to an incredible start with over $700,000 in progeny earnings and a Texas Champion from just his first two crops to race.

Achievements From Just Two Crops to Race

#1 First Crop Sire in Texas

#1 Second Crop Sire in Texas

#2 First Crop Sire in All of Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Arkansas

#1 Second Crop Sire in All of Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Arkansas

Sire of Texas 2-Year-Old Champion “Moro Said Ready” in Second Crop

Top 15 Nationally Second Crop Sire by Black Type Horses

Only Stallion Standing in the Southern United States That is a Half to Two Grade 1 Winners

Over 50% Runners from Foals

Over 60% Winners from Starters

Average Earnings Per Starter of Over $23,000


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