07/28/2015 6:57AM

SirePowered Results: Curlin

Debra A. Roma
Off the Tracks, who won the Schuylerville Stakes, was one of three winners for her sire, Curlin, on opening day Friday at Saratoga.

Two-time Horse of the Year Curlin has continued his prowess in the breeding shed, producing a noteworthy classic performer from each of his first three crops. The Lane’s End stallion recently turned in a monster weekend, as Daily Racing Form’s SirePowered Results shows him with six winners from Friday through Sunday, led by a pair of graded stakes winners at Saratoga.

Curlin was represented by three winners on Saratoga’s opening Friday, led by Off the Tracks, who took the Grade 3 Schuylerville Stakes with a Beyer Speed Figure of 83. The 2-year-old filly, who races for J. Stables, is a half-sister to Grade 2 winner Concord Point.

Along with Off the Tracks, Curlin was represented Friday at Saratoga by allowance winner Bishop’s Pond and optional-claiming winner Pulling G’s.

On Sunday, Curalina was elevated to the victory in Saratoga’s Grade 1 Coaching Club American Oaks via the disqualification of I’m a Chatterbox. It was the second Grade 1 victory this season for Curalina, who in her prior start, captured the Acorn Stakes. The filly, who races for Eclipse Thoroughbred Partners, earned a Beyer of 92 for Sunday’s victory.

Curlin's other winners over the weekend were Top of Mind in a Laurel Park allowance on Friday, and Exaggerator in a Del Mar maiden special weight race on Saturday.

Curlin, a son of late Lane's End stallion Smart Strike, finished his on-track career as North America’s highest earner, winning 11 of 16 career starts for $10,501,800. His seven career Grade/Group 1 victories included the Preakness Stakes, Breeders' Cup Classic, Dubai World Cup, and two editions of the Jockey Club Gold Cup; he also finished second in the Belmont Stakes and third in the Kentucky Derby. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame last year.

Curlin retired to Lane's End for the 2009 breeding season and has sired 18 stakes winners to date, led by Belmont Stakes and Metropolitan Handicap winner Palace Malice from his first crop. Each of his subsequent two crops produced a classic contender, as Ride On Curlin finished second in last year's Preakness and Keen Ice checked in third in this year's Belmont.

Get complete results for Curlin and other stallions using DRF’s SirePowered Results, now sortable by Beyer Speed Figure. To access the app, click here.