The War Front half-brother to Uncle Mo!
Not only does Editorial bring the hot Uncle Mo element, having a son of War Front to add the iconic Danzig line completes our great stallion roster. First foals to race in 2021!
Out of the stakes-placed Arch winner Playa Maya and bred in Kentucky by the Playa Maya Syndicate, Editorial was retired to stud with one win and a second-place finish from two starts. His victory came in a 7 1/2-furlong race on the Gulfstream Park turf in 2017.
Other top performers and producers from Editorial’s family include winning full sister Could It Be Love, who was second in the Tattersalls Irish One Thousand Guineas (G1), and half sister and winner Grosse Pointe Anne (Silver Deputy), who is the dam of stakes-placed winner Indian Annie (Indian Charlie). Playa Maya’s dam, Dixie Slippers (Dixieland Band), is a half sister to Federico Tesio Stakes (G3) and Maryland Juvenile Championship Stakes winner Woods of Windsor (Woodman) and to stakes-placed winners Cyane’s Thunder (Thunder Gulch) and Axial Rift (Northern Jove).
Ashford Stud’s Uncle Mo led his sire class following their first-crop, second-crop, and third-crop years. He finished up 2020 as the third-leading North American sire by progeny earnings and the leading sire by number of graded/group stakes winners with 14.