Lord Nelson

Lord Nelson

Pulpit’s Last Great Son

$10,000 S&N
Pulpit – African Jade, by Seeking the Gold
2012, Chestnut - Entered Stud: 2018 | Nominated to: Breeders' Cup, KTDF

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Record-setting three-time G1 winner by industry-shaping sire of sires PULPIT.

One of the fastest sprinters in recent history: Six-furlong stakes record in 1:07.65 winning the 73-year-old Bing Crosby (G1) at Del Mar — just .05 seconds off the track record and the fastest of the modern era since electronic timing.

Won the seven-furlong Triple Bend (G1) at Santa Anita in 1:21 flat.

Three straight G1 wins in 2016, capped off with a dominant performance in the Santa Anita Sprint Championship (G1)The ONLY sprinter last decade to record 3 consecutive G1 victories.

Joined by Eclipse Champions Runhappy & Mitole as the only 3-time G1-winning sprinters in a single season last decade.

“Resonant of Pulpit’s premier son Tapit, who is inbred 3×4 to Mr. P. In Lord Nelson, however, the patriarch’s trademark speed came through with exceptional purity. A charismatic horse, all round, physique included.”
—Chris McGrath, TDN

TDN Value Sire Gold: Rated as the best value among his sire crop by Chris McGrath in 2019.

107 Beyer Speed, 1 Ragozin (twice) — Pulpit’s fastest son at stud.

Stakes winner at 2, 3 & 4: First or second in seven of eight sprint starts — six in Graded stakes.

Dam is out of champion MISS LINDA (ARG); 3rd dam produced two champions, three Graded SWs and is the granddam of G1 winner CARINA MIA & multiple G1 winner MISS MATCH (ARG).

3×3 to legendary speed influence MR. PROSPECTOR.

Covered full books of mares his first two years at stud in 2018-19 — First crop are yearlings in 2020.

“Lord Nelson ran the fastest ever electronically-timed six furlongs in the history of racing at Del Mar when capturing the Bing Crosby Stakes. Having twice broken the 1:08 barrier for six furlongs, Lord Nelson ranks as the fastest son of sire of sires, Pulpit.”
—Alan Porter



Age Starts 1st (SW) 2nd (SP) 3rd (SP) Earned
2 4 2 ( 1 ) 0 0 $129,571
3 5 1 ( 1 ) 1 ( 1 ) 1 ( 1 ) $249,700
4 4 4 ( 3 ) 0 0 $579,000
Totals 13 7 1 1 $958,271

Racing Highlights

Won at 2

  • Speakeasy S. at Santa Anita Park (6 furlongs, defeating Sebastian's Heart, Story to Tell, Bluegrass Sight, Grand Full Moon, All Indians, Tizcano, Social Request, Outdated)
  • A maiden special weight race at Del Mar (5 furlongs, defeating Kantune, Calculator, Iron Fist, Ultra Sharp, Selection, Midnight Destiny, Oatka Little Lou, Reflected Star, Milton)

Won at 3

  • San Vicente S. at Santa Anita Park (G2, 7 furlongs, defeating Texas Red, Sir Samson, Bench Warrant, Jazzy Josh, Serbian Syclone)

2nd at 3

  • Bay Shore S. at Aqueduct (G3, 7 furlongs, to March, defeating Ready for Rye, Easy to Say, Papa Upa, Majestic Affair, Ackeret, Final Chapter)

3rd at 3

  • Malibu S. at Santa Anita Park (G1, 7 furlongs, to Runhappy, Marking, defeating El Kabier, Watershed, Pain and Misery, Bad Read Sanchez)

Won at 4

  • Santa Anita Sprint Championship S. (G1, 6 furlongs, defeating All Run, Jazzy Times, Cautious Giant, Anytime Anyplace)
  • Bing Crosby S. at Del Mar (G1, 6 furlongs in 1:07.65, by 4 lengths, defeating Indexical, Alsvid, Kaabraaj, Home Run Kitten, Justin Squared, Dream Saturday, Subtle Indian)
  • Triple Bend S. at Santa Anita Park (G1, 7 furlongs in 1:21.04, defeating Subtle Indian, Kobe's Back, Home Run Kitten, Clever Royal, Ambitious Brew, Cautious Giant, Coastline)
  • An allowance race at Santa Anita Park (6 furlongs in 1:07.94, defeating Ocho Ocho Ocho, Raised a Secret, Cherubim, Kafister, Glacken Too)

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Years the Bing Crosby-G1 has run – Lord Nelson holds stakes record of 1:07.65
G1 Sprint Wins – Only matched by Runhappy & Mitole in a single year last decade
Times he ran sub-1:08 – His 1:07.56 is fastest ever electric-timed 6F at Del Mar

Pedigree

Four CrossAnalysisCatalog Style
DP = 11-13-22-0-0 (46) DI = 3.18 CD = 0.76

Alan Porter’s 2020 Breeding Analysis for Lord Nelson

A spectacular multiple grade one-winning sprinter, Lord Nelson ran the fastest ever electronically-timed six furlongs in the history of racing at Del Mar when capturing the Bing Crosby Stakes. Having twice broken the 1:08 barrier for six furlongs, Lord Nelson ranks as the fastest son of sire of sires, Pulpit.

The Storm Cat branch of Northern Dancer has enjoyed exceptional success under Pulpit-line stallions, more than 50 stakes winners and eight grade one scorers. The grade one winners are from daughters of Hennessy (broodmare sire of two Pulpit-line grade one winners, and sire of Johannesburg – who is also broodmare sire of a Pulpit line stakes winner and gives inbreeding to the family of Pulpit – and Henny Hughes; and grandsire of Scat Daddy); Tabasco Cat (broodmare sire of two Pulpit line grade one winners); Bluegrass Cat (who gives inbreeding to A.P. Indy), Sir Cat and Yankee Gentleman. There are also graded stakes winners out of mares by Bernstein (who is a brother to the dam of Pulpit line grade one winner, Sky Mesa); Catienus; Giant’s Causeway and his brother Freud; Harlan’s Holiday (sire of Into Mischief); Menifee; Forest Wildcat (sire of Wildcat Heir); and Forestry (sire of Discreet Cat). There are also stakes winners out of mares by Tale of the Cat (who gives inbreeding to Pulpit’s family, and who is sire of Lion Heart); Storm Boot; Van Nistelrooy; and Harlan; It would also be interesting to introduce Storm Cat through Stormy Atlantic and Stormin Fever, who both give inbreeding to Seattle Slew, who is also in Lord Nelson’s male-line; Easing Along; and Lion Hearted.

The Pulpit/Deputy Minister cross has produced grade one winners out of mares by Deputy Minister, Ghostzapper and Dehere (whose son, Graeme Hall is also broodmare sire of a Pulpit line graded winner), graded stakes winners out of mares by Silver Deputy (sire of Posse) and French Deputy and a stakes winner out of a mare by Touch Gold.

Out of mares from the Danzig branch of Northern Dancer, there are two graded winners out of mares by Danzig himself; three stakes winners, one graded, out of mares by Belong to Me; a graded winner from a daughter of Chief’s Crown (sire of Concerto; grandsire of Bellamy Road); and stakes winners from mares by Boundary (sire of Big Brown), Hard Spun, War Chant, War Front, Orpen and Danzig Connection. It could also be worth considering mares by War Front, who has crossed very well over Pulpit; Exchange Rate, who gives inbreeding to Seeking the Gold; as well as Honor Grades (giving inbreeding to the dam of A.P. Indy), Langfuhr and Lost Soldier.

Out of mares from the Sadler’s Wells line, there is a Pulpit-line grade one winner out of mare by El Prado, and a stakes winner out of a mare by that horse’s son, Medaglia d’Oro and another out of a mare by (also suggesting Kitten’s Joy and Artie Schiller) and four stakes winners, two graded, out of mares by Horse Chestnut.

Wild Again is by Icecapade – a three-quarters relative to Northern Dancer – and there are 11 stakes winners, four grade one, on cross of Pulpit line stallions over Wild Again line mares. Sources of Wild Again include Wild Rush (broodmare sire of two Pulpit line stakes winners, Offlee Wild (giving inbreeding to Seattle Slew), Milwaukee Brew and Whiskey Wisdom.

Lord Nelson is inbred to Mr. Prospector, as is Pulpit’s outstanding stallion son, Tapit. We can note that stallions inbred to Mr. Prospector have sired numerous grade one winners, out of mares supplying a third cross of Mr. Prospector. With Mr. Prospector appearing 3×3 in the pedigree of Lord Nelson, we would tend to look for broodmare sires by sons or grandsons of Mr. Prospector.

The Unbridled branch of Mr. Prospector has done well under Pulpit, with grade one winners out of mares by Unbridled and his son, Unbridled’s Song, and stakes winners out of mares by Empire Maker, Broken Vow and Birdstone. It would also be possible to bring in Unbridled’s Song through First Defence (giving inbreeding to Seattle Slew), Rockport Harbor, Dunkirk (giving inbreeding to A.P. Indy), Half Ours (sire of stakes winner out of Pulpit mare), Old Fashioned and Zensational. Mares by Quiet American have produced seven stakes winners by Pulpit-line stallions, and there is also a Pulpit-line stakes winner out of a mare by Real Quiet (sire of Midnight Lute); a grade one winner out of a mare by Cryptoclearance , and a stakes winner out of a mare his Victory Gallop (which suggests trying daughters of Candy Ride); and graded stakes winners out of mares by Roy and Rubiano (sire of Burning Roma and Too Much Bling).

Other branches of Mr. Prospector to enjoy success under Pulpit are Carson City, Forty Niner, Gone West, Gulch (sire of Thunder Gulch) and Smart Strike (sire of Curlin, English Channel and Lookin At Lucky). The Carson City strain might be tried through City Zip, Cuvee (who is from a family that has worked very well under Pulpit), Five Star Day and Good and Tough. The Forty Niner branch has worked under Pulpit through Distorted Humor (who is broodmare sire of a Pulpit-line grade one winner, and who fits well here), Editor’s Note (broodmare sire of a Pulpit-line grade one winner), Twining, Coronado’s Quest and Banker’s Gold, and might also be tried through Gold Fever, Gold Case, Roar, Luhuk and Trippi. Pulpit-line stallions have sired stakes winners out of mares descending from Gone West through Grand Slam, Mr. Greeley (who would be interesting here), and Elusive Quality (sire of Quality Road) and his son, Smarty Jones. Mr. Prospector also appeals through Gulch and his grandson, Point Given (both broodmare sire of Pulpit graded winners), Fusaichi Pegasus and Lemon Drop Kid (out of a three-quarters sister to A.P. Indy) and Not For Love – a three-quarters brother to Woodman (broodmare sire of Pulpit-line graded winners) – is the broodmare is of Pulpit-line Horse of the Year California Chrome.

The cross of Pulpit line stallions over mares from the Relaunch branch of In Reality has produced stakes winners out mares by Tiznow (sire of Tiz Wonderful, Colonel John and Honour and Glory (sire of Put It Back) and Bertrando.

The Halo-line in general has not been strong under Pulpit, but we can note a grade two winner by a son of Pulpit out of a mare by Halo grandson, More Than Ready, who is intriguing here as he is bred on a reverse cross the dam of Lord Nelson, and worked with this female line.

AnalysisCatalog Style

Alan Porter’s 2020 Breeding Analysis for Lord Nelson

A spectacular multiple grade one-winning sprinter, Lord Nelson ran the fastest ever electronically-timed six furlongs in the history of racing at Del Mar when capturing the Bing Crosby Stakes. Having twice broken the 1:08 barrier for six furlongs, Lord Nelson ranks as the fastest son of sire of sires, Pulpit.

The Storm Cat branch of Northern Dancer has enjoyed exceptional success under Pulpit-line stallions, more than 50 stakes winners and eight grade one scorers. The grade one winners are from daughters of Hennessy (broodmare sire of two Pulpit-line grade one winners, and sire of Johannesburg – who is also broodmare sire of a Pulpit line stakes winner and gives inbreeding to the family of Pulpit – and Henny Hughes; and grandsire of Scat Daddy); Tabasco Cat (broodmare sire of two Pulpit line grade one winners); Bluegrass Cat (who gives inbreeding to A.P. Indy), Sir Cat and Yankee Gentleman. There are also graded stakes winners out of mares by Bernstein (who is a brother to the dam of Pulpit line grade one winner, Sky Mesa); Catienus; Giant’s Causeway and his brother Freud; Harlan’s Holiday (sire of Into Mischief); Menifee; Forest Wildcat (sire of Wildcat Heir); and Forestry (sire of Discreet Cat). There are also stakes winners out of mares by Tale of the Cat (who gives inbreeding to Pulpit’s family, and who is sire of Lion Heart); Storm Boot; Van Nistelrooy; and Harlan; It would also be interesting to introduce Storm Cat through Stormy Atlantic and Stormin Fever, who both give inbreeding to Seattle Slew, who is also in Lord Nelson’s male-line; Easing Along; and Lion Hearted.

The Pulpit/Deputy Minister cross has produced grade one winners out of mares by Deputy Minister, Ghostzapper and Dehere (whose son, Graeme Hall is also broodmare sire of a Pulpit line graded winner), graded stakes winners out of mares by Silver Deputy (sire of Posse) and French Deputy and a stakes winner out of a mare by Touch Gold.

Out of mares from the Danzig branch of Northern Dancer, there are two graded winners out of mares by Danzig himself; three stakes winners, one graded, out of mares by Belong to Me; a graded winner from a daughter of Chief’s Crown (sire of Concerto; grandsire of Bellamy Road); and stakes winners from mares by Boundary (sire of Big Brown), Hard Spun, War Chant, War Front, Orpen and Danzig Connection. It could also be worth considering mares by War Front, who has crossed very well over Pulpit; Exchange Rate, who gives inbreeding to Seeking the Gold; as well as Honor Grades (giving inbreeding to the dam of A.P. Indy), Langfuhr and Lost Soldier.

Out of mares from the Sadler’s Wells line, there is a Pulpit-line grade one winner out of mare by El Prado, and a stakes winner out of a mare by that horse’s son, Medaglia d’Oro and another out of a mare by (also suggesting Kitten’s Joy and Artie Schiller) and four stakes winners, two graded, out of mares by Horse Chestnut.

Wild Again is by Icecapade – a three-quarters relative to Northern Dancer – and there are 11 stakes winners, four grade one, on cross of Pulpit line stallions over Wild Again line mares. Sources of Wild Again include Wild Rush (broodmare sire of two Pulpit line stakes winners, Offlee Wild (giving inbreeding to Seattle Slew), Milwaukee Brew and Whiskey Wisdom.

Lord Nelson is inbred to Mr. Prospector, as is Pulpit’s outstanding stallion son, Tapit. We can note that stallions inbred to Mr. Prospector have sired numerous grade one winners, out of mares supplying a third cross of Mr. Prospector. With Mr. Prospector appearing 3×3 in the pedigree of Lord Nelson, we would tend to look for broodmare sires by sons or grandsons of Mr. Prospector.

The Unbridled branch of Mr. Prospector has done well under Pulpit, with grade one winners out of mares by Unbridled and his son, Unbridled’s Song, and stakes winners out of mares by Empire Maker, Broken Vow and Birdstone. It would also be possible to bring in Unbridled’s Song through First Defence (giving inbreeding to Seattle Slew), Rockport Harbor, Dunkirk (giving inbreeding to A.P. Indy), Half Ours (sire of stakes winner out of Pulpit mare), Old Fashioned and Zensational. Mares by Quiet American have produced seven stakes winners by Pulpit-line stallions, and there is also a Pulpit-line stakes winner out of a mare by Real Quiet (sire of Midnight Lute); a grade one winner out of a mare by Cryptoclearance , and a stakes winner out of a mare his Victory Gallop (which suggests trying daughters of Candy Ride); and graded stakes winners out of mares by Roy and Rubiano (sire of Burning Roma and Too Much Bling).

Other branches of Mr. Prospector to enjoy success under Pulpit are Carson City, Forty Niner, Gone West, Gulch (sire of Thunder Gulch) and Smart Strike (sire of Curlin, English Channel and Lookin At Lucky). The Carson City strain might be tried through City Zip, Cuvee (who is from a family that has worked very well under Pulpit), Five Star Day and Good and Tough. The Forty Niner branch has worked under Pulpit through Distorted Humor (who is broodmare sire of a Pulpit-line grade one winner, and who fits well here), Editor’s Note (broodmare sire of a Pulpit-line grade one winner), Twining, Coronado’s Quest and Banker’s Gold, and might also be tried through Gold Fever, Gold Case, Roar, Luhuk and Trippi. Pulpit-line stallions have sired stakes winners out of mares descending from Gone West through Grand Slam, Mr. Greeley (who would be interesting here), and Elusive Quality (sire of Quality Road) and his son, Smarty Jones. Mr. Prospector also appeals through Gulch and his grandson, Point Given (both broodmare sire of Pulpit graded winners), Fusaichi Pegasus and Lemon Drop Kid (out of a three-quarters sister to A.P. Indy) and Not For Love – a three-quarters brother to Woodman (broodmare sire of Pulpit-line graded winners) – is the broodmare is of Pulpit-line Horse of the Year California Chrome.

The cross of Pulpit line stallions over mares from the Relaunch branch of In Reality has produced stakes winners out mares by Tiznow (sire of Tiz Wonderful, Colonel John and Honour and Glory (sire of Put It Back) and Bertrando.

The Halo-line in general has not been strong under Pulpit, but we can note a grade two winner by a son of Pulpit out of a mare by Halo grandson, More Than Ready, who is intriguing here as he is bred on a reverse cross the dam of Lord Nelson, and worked with this female line.

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Lord Nelson | 2016 Bing Crosby G1
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Lord Nelson | 2016 Santa Anita Sprint Championship G1
Lord Nelson | 2015 San Vicente G2
Lord Nelson | 2014 Speakeasy
Lord Nelson 2016 Santa Anita Sprint Championship G1 | Benoit Photo
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