Dominyun #5 Leading First Crop Sire for 2015
© Don Shugart
Bobby D. Cox's Dominyun was the #5 Leading First Crop Sire in 2015.

WAYNE, OKóDECEMBER 31, 2015óBobby D. Cox's Dominyun finished 2015 as the $5 Leading First-Crop Sire of Money Earners with $476,710 in earners, through December 31. The G1-placed son of leading sire Mr Jess Perry had 13 winners from 28 starters in his first crop. He sired three stakes winners (11% ) with $17,025 Average Earnings Per Starter.

Grade 1 Southwest Juvenile Championship winner Miss Feet Down First was Dominyun's leading money earner with $220,122. The filly also won the Grade 2 Hobbs America Futurity. He was also represented by Grade 2 West Texas Futurity winner Nucky ($103,394) and Pot O'Gold Futurity winner Tickle Ur Fancy ($39,328).

Dominyun stands at Royal Vista Ranches and his 2016 fee has been set at $3,500.

Good Reason SA

Led by undefeated and probable 2-Year-Old champion colt Jess Good Candy, Splenda, LLC's Good Reason SA was the Leading First-Crop sire of 2015. With progeny earnings in excess of $2.178 million, that figure was nearly $1 million ahead of second-place first-crop sire.

Good Reason SA sired 29 winners from 54 foals to reach the track. He had three stakes winners and five stakes-placed runners (15% stakes horses) with $40,344 Average Earnings Per Starter. The aforementioned All American Futurity(G1) winner Jess Good Candy was the leading money earner for the 2011 Champion Aged Stallion, with earnings of $1,519,240 in only four starts. He also sired Remington Park Oklahoma-Bred(RG2) runner-up Send Me Good Candy who earned $125,444, Heartland Futurity winner Woop Dee Doo ($90,039), etc.

The son of former Thoroughbred "Horse of the Year" Favorite Trick stood at stud at Royal Vista Ranches, however he died following his first season. Frozen semen is available at Royal Vista for a fee of $12,500.

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To book a mare to Dominyun, Good Reason SA or any of Royal Vista Ranches outstanding stallions please call 405-449-7575.