Last Year's Leading Third-Crop Sire Lota Pyc Sells
The 2019 Leading Third-Crop Sire will stand the 2021 season at Outlaw Equine in Decatur, Texas.

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Last Year's Leading Third-Crop Sire Lota Pyc Sells

DECATUR, TX—AUGUST 1, 2020—Last year's Leading Third-Crop Sire Lota Pyc SI 102 has been purchased by Josh Harvey and Hadley Whiting and will stand the 2021 breeding season at Outlaw Equine near Decatur, Texas. His 2021 fee will be announced later.

Bred and raced by Steve Holt, Lota Pyc won or placed in eight of 12 career starts while earning $331,215. He won the Remington Park Oklahoma Bred Futurity and was a finalist in the Texas Classic Derby(G1) and Refrigerator Handicap(G1).

At 2, the son of leading sire Pyc Paint Your Wagon won his first four starts including the aforementioned Remington Park Futurity and his trial for the All American Futurity(G1).

From limited starters in four crops to race, Lota Pyc has sired 62 winner, 13 stakes horses (11%), earners in excess of $1.88 million with average earnings per starters of over $14,700.

Lota Pyc, under champion jockey G.R. Carter, Jr., won the $720,000 Remington Park Oklahoma-Bred Futurity by 2-¼ lengths. © Duston Orona Photography
His top performers include Oltigbitties SI 96 (5 wins to 3, $61,286 Speedhorse Derby, etc.), Lota Shakin Goin On SI 97 (winner to 3, $160,079 2nd Remington Park Oklahoma Bred Futurity [R] -G1, etc.), Lota Pyc Chrome SI 103 (5 wins to 4, $88,094 2nd Gold Driller S., Oklahoma Horsemen's Association Mystery Derby [R] , 3rd La Plata S., etc.). Lota Cac SI 101 (4 wins to 5, $87,633 2nd Speedhorse Derby, etc.). Perfect Lota SI 102 (3 wins to 3, $70,784 2nd Iowa Double Gold Futurity [R] , etc.), Cr Lota Girl SI 95 (3 wins to 3, $61,326 3rd Iowa Double Gold Futurity [R] , etc.), Hot Pyc Chic SI 98 (winner to 3, $59,976 2nd Black Gold 350 Championship Futurity, etc.), Alotalota SI 93 (2 wins to 3, $48,963 2nd Remington Park Juvenile S. [R] , etc.), Lota Stars Falling SI 105 (7 wins to 5, $89,573), Mark To Market SI 107 (4 wins to 4, $56,812), etc.

Pyc Paint Your Wagon SI 107 ($889,581-G1), has sired 1 champion, 224 stakes horses (20%), 749 winners with earnings in excess of $36 million.

Oltigbitties, under jockey Cody Smith, winning the 2018 $75,300 Speedhorse Derby at Fair Meadows in Tulsa, Oklahoma. © Coady Photography
Pyc Paint Your Wagon's top performers include Champion Aged Stallion The Fiscal Cliff SI 109 ($580,425, AQHA Challenge Championship S.-G1, etc.), Papaws Paint SI 101 ($679,612, Rainbow Derby-G1, etc.), Mr Pyc To You SI 97 ($488,820, Champion of Champions S.-G1, etc.), Pyc Fun N Fancy SI 105 ($478,760, Heritage Place Derby-G3, etc.), Im a Fancy Pyc SI 92 ($454,765, Remington Park Oklahoma Bred Futurity [R]-G3, etc.), This Candys Awesome SI 105 ($434,265, Junos Request S.-G2, etc.), etc.

Lota Pyc is out of the multiple stakes producing Shazoom mare Lotawatch, dam of 11 ROM, 5 blacktype including stakes winner Lota Pyc SI 102 (see above), stakes winner Watah Flash SI 93 ($158,279 to 4, 2020), RG3-winner Regard Watch SI 105 ($93,718), stakes winner Lota James SI 99 ($46,044) and stakes-placed Watah Success SI 101 ($67,642), etc.

The second dam Streakin La Toya, by Streakin La Jolla, is the dam of 4 winners, two blacktype including Grade 1 Remington Park Futurity winner Redman Running SI 108 ($266,615), and Heritage Place Futurity(G1) runner-up Streakin Dunn SI 98 ($129,758), etc.

For additional information for breeding contracts call Josh Harvey, DVM at (940) 626. 8387.