renowned sire of Ah Yes is World Champion Moon Lark,
si 99, by Top
Moon, si 100. Moon Lark, whose race earnings
totaled $859,356, was in the money 17 out of 19 starts. This 1976 stallion was
winner of the prestigious AQHA All American Futurity, 1978. Additionally, Moon
Lark won the Sunland Park Fall Futurity, the Horsemen's QHRA
Championship, and the Los Alamitos Derby. He placed 2nd in the Rainbow Futurity,
the El Primero Del Ano Derby, and the 1979 All American Derby. He was a finalist
in the Champion of Champions in 1979.
After a stellar career in the track,
Moon Lark became a
champion sire, too. He was sire of 668
ROM, 52 stakes
winners, 2 Champions, whose earnings were $10,370,106. Among his offspring were
such horses as Spring Lark, si 106, 2 time-Champion, with earnings of $793,025;
Gold Coast Express, si 106, World Champion, 21 wins, $682.053, and Steppin For
the Moon, si 105, 9 wins, $335,276.
Moon Lark is the sire of dams of
31 stakes winners, including Quick Moon Sign, si 103, $419,871; Royal N Perfect,
si 106, $224,612, and Hez Not Too Shabby, si 105, $192,469.
Dinnell Circle D Horses
happy to have a daughter of Moon Lark, and soon more of his progeny, on their