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Leading sire in North America

The list below shows the leading sire of Thoroughbred racehorses in North America for each year since 1830. This is determined by the amount of prizemoney won by the sire's progeny during the year. It is restricted to stallions which are based in North America, but currently includes earnings from overseas races in Great Britain, Ireland, France, Italy, Germany and the United Arab Emirates as well as domestic earnings.


  • 1830 - Sir Charles
  • 1831 - Sir Charles
  • 1832 - Sir Charles
  • 1833 - Sir Charles
  • 1834 - Monsieur Tonson
  • 1835 - Bertrand
  • 1836 - Sir Charles
  • 1837 - Leviathan
  • 1838 - Leviathan
  • 1839 - Leviathan
  • 1840 - Medoc
  • 1841 - Medoc
  • 1842 - Priam
  • 1843 - Leviathan
  • 1844 - Priam
  • 1845 - Priam
  • 1846 - Priam
  • 1848 - Leviathan / Trustee
  • 1859 - Albion
  • 1860 - Revenue
  • 1880 - Bonnie Scotland
  • 1882 - Bonnie Scotland
  • 1883 - Billet
  • 1884 - Glenelg
  • 1886 - Glenelg
  • 1887 - Glenelg
  • 1888 - Glenelg
  • 1890 - St. Blaise
  • 1894 - Sir Mordred
  • 1899 - Albert
  • 1901 - Sir Dixon
  • 1903 - Ben Strome
  • 1921 - Celt
  • 1922 - McGee
  • 1928 - High Time
  • 1929 - Chicle
  • 1931 - St. Germans
  • 1932 - Chatterton
  • 1936 - Sickle
  • 1937 - The Porter
  • 1938 - Sickle
  • 1939 - Challenger II
  • 1950 - Heliopolis
  • 1954 - Heliopolis
  • 1970 - Hail to Reason
  • 1975 - What a Pleasure
  • 1976 - What a Pleasure
  • 1980 - Raja Baba
  • 1985 - Buckaroo
  • 2005 - Saint Ballado


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