Tapit's champion filly Untapable has been officially retired according to her owner/breeder Ron Winchell...
Sweet Loretta's seven-length maiden special weight debut win looked as dazzling as the margin of victory indicated, with the Tapit filly never really being asked...
Zartera strolled to a two-length win in his debut Thursday at Churchill Downs as the Tapizar 2-year-old became the fourth winner for his sire...
Creator became Tapit's second Belmont S. winner in three years when weaved his way between horses in the stretch to catch and pass Destin in the final strides of the the third leg of the Triple Crown...
Frosted kicked off a historic day for his sire Tapit with a 14 1/4-length tour de force victory in the Metropolitan H. (G1) Saturday at Belmont Park.

Tapit colt tops Keeneland day 4 at $650K

Wednesday, September 14, 2011 |
A son of Tapit consigned by Gainesway brought the highest bid of the day during the fourth session of the Keeneland September yearling sale, with Jon and Sarah Kelly making the purchase for a hefty $650,000.

The chestnut, hip No. 730, is a full brother to Grade 3 winner Hightap, and was bred in Kentucky by Gainesway. He is from the family of Canadian Horse of the Year Norcliffe and Canadian classic winner Lodge Hill.

Jon Kelly said the colt’s pedigree and other factors influenced his decision to sign the ticket and that he was willing to go higher if necessary. “He is by Tapit and has a sibling that’s the same breeding. His conformation was excellent, and he scoped perfectly,” Kelly said.