Winner of the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile-Gr.1, Champagne Stakes-Gr.1, Kelso H’cap-Gr.2 etc.
Recorded the highest Beyer figures of his generation at both 2 years (108) and 3 years (118)
Yearlings in 2016 sold for $750,000, $725,000, $650,000, $650,000, $550,000, $525,000, $500,000 etc.
A record breaking Champion Freshman sire in 2015!!
His first crop, 3yo’s of 2016, have already earned over $14 million!
“the sort of start Uncle Mo has made, it equates so far to how that sort of sire – Danzig, Storm Cat, A.P. Indy – started at stud” Bill Oppenheim, TDN
Sire of a record 19 SW’s from his first crop including:
Nyquist won the G1 Kentucky Derby (replay here), G1 Florida Derby (replay here), G1 Breeders Cup Juvenile (replay here), G1 Frontrunner Stakes (replay here), G1 Del Mar Futurity (replay here) & G2 Best Pal Stakes
Gomo won the G1 Alcibiades Stakes (replay here)
Outwork won the G1 Wood Memorial Stakes
Laoban won the G2 Jim Dandy Stakes
Mokat won the G2 San Clemente Handicap
December 5, 2016
2016 is drawing to a close, but the smart winners keep coming for red hot sire Uncle Mo with Mollica… View Article
November 27, 2016
Talented type Mo Town (2c Uncle Mo x Grazie Mille, by Bernardini) earned TDN Rising Star status back in September… View Article
November 22, 2016
Consistent gelding Mo Don’t No(3g Uncle Mo x Lilah, by Defrere) scored his best win to date when taking out… View Article
November 20, 2016
Last year’s Champion First Crop Sire, Uncle Mo has been onwards and upwards this year and added another new stakes-winner… View Article
November 7, 2016
Three-time Breeders’ Cup winner and Eclipse champion Beholder has retired from racing and will begin a new career as a… View Article
October 30, 2016
Consistent gelding Mo Don’t No (3g Uncle Mo x Lilah, by Defrere) added to the growing tally of Black Type… View Article
October 21, 2016
Astute Newcastle trainer Paul Perry never ventures to a Melbourne Spring Carnival without a handy horse and at Moonee Valley… View Article
October 1, 2016
US sire sensation Uncle Mo has taken a little longer to make his mark in Australia, but produced his first… View Article
Uncle Mo headed the 2010 Experimental Free Handicap by a margin of 5lb. His Experimental weight of 128 – the highest allocated since 1997 – reflected the ease of his victories in the Gr.1 Champagne S. and Gr.1 BC Juvenile.
He missed the Triple Crown races due to illness but ended his sophomore season officially rated jt-second among the American 3yos on the World Thoroughbred Rankings. In the Gr.1 King’s Bishop S., he failed by only a nose to hold off the specialist sprinter Caleb’s Posse. He then wired the field in the Gr.2 Kelso H., earning a huge Beyer Figure of 118.
A decisive winner of the first-crop sires’ title, he has turned the second-crop sires’ championship into a one-horse race. With nine individual 3yo Graded winners before the end of September, including the Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist, he increased his total of first-crop Graded winners to 11, with 19 earning black type.
Uncle Mo is ideal for MR PROSPECTOR line mares. He owes eight of his Graded winners to mares from this male line.
The GONE WEST branch provided him with Gr.1 winner Gomo and Gr.3 winner Lost Raven (dams by ELUSIVE QUALITY) and the Gr.2 winner Laoban (dam by SPEIGHTSTOWN). UNBRIDLED is broodmare sire of Gr.3 winner Unbridled Mo, while EMPIRE MAKER and UNTUTTABLE are respectively the broodmare sires of Gr.1 winner Outwork and Gr.3 winner Uncle Vinny. RUBIANO supplied the dam of Gr.3 winner Mo Tom. Uncle Mo has a $750,000 third-crop yearling with a dam by VICTORY GALLOP.
Nyquist has a second dam by SEEKING THE GOLD and Uncle Mo also has a Gr.3 winner with a dam by FUSAICHI PEGASUS. His Gr.3 winner Uncle Vinny and the Listed winner Uncle Brennie from mares inbred 4×3 and 3×3 to Mr P.
Uncle Mo’s Gr.2 winner Mokat comes from another branch of the Raise A Native male line, his dam being a grand-daughter of EXCLUSIVE NATIVE.
Uncle Mo has quickly proved himself with the STORM CAT line, siring Nyquist and Auntie Joy from daughters of FORESTRY and Thrilled from a GIANT’S CAUSEWAY mare. He should also be ideal for daughters of TALE OF THE CAT (broodmare sire of his $725,000 2016 yearling) and HENNESSY (broodmare sire of his $650,000 2016 yearling). Uncle Mo has made a fast start with SCAT DADDY mares, siring the Gr.2-placed Mo d’Amour.
Uncle Mo is already making an impact with SEATTLE SLEW blood. His Gr.1 winner Gomo has a second dam by CAPOTE, his Gr.2-placed son Shaken has a dam by SEATTLE SLEW and his Listed winner Uncle Brennie has a dam by MALIBU MOON, a son of A.P. INDY.
Uncle Mo already has a black-type winner inbred 4×3 to DIXIELAND BAND.
UNDEFEATED CHAMPION 2YO
1stBreeders’ Cup Juvenile-Gr.1, 8½ f., Churchill Downs by 4¼ lengths from Boys At Tosconova and Rogue Romance. Recorded a Beyer figure of 108 – the highest of any 2yo in 2010
1stChampagne Stakes-Gr.1, 8f., Belmont Park by 4¾ lengths from Mountain Town and I’m Steppin’ It Up.
1stMaiden, 6f., Saratoga by 14¼ lengths from Admiral Perry and Sinorice.
TOP CLASS 3YO
1stKelso H’cap-Gr.2, 8f., Belmont Park by 3 lengths from Jackson Bend and Jersey Town. Recorded a Beyer figure of 118 – the highest of any 3yo in 2011
1stTimely Writer Stakes-L, 8f., Gulfstream Park by 3¾ lengths from Rattlesnake Bridge and Gallant Dreams.
2ndKing’s Bishop Stakes-Gr.1, 7f., Saratoga beaten a nose by BC Mile winner Caleb’s Posse with Justin Philip third.
3rdWood Memorial-Gr.1, 9f., Aqueduct beaten 1¼ lengths by Toby’s Corner and Arthur’s Tale.