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Jimmy Creed and Maclean's Music are currently sitting second on the first-crop and second-crop sire lists, respectively. Both lead their class in percentage of winners to starters.

Both are sons of the brilliant sire Distorted Humor, and both were blazingly fast on the track. They recorded efforts just fractions off track records, and Maclean's Music still holds the highest Beyer Speed Figure (114) ever bestowed on a maiden effort—six furlongs in 1:07 2/5, a full second faster than the Breeders' Cup Sprint (G1) champion of that year.

Tuesday, Jimmy Creed had three yearlings prance through the sales ring averaging $109,000 (21.8 times his current fee of $5,000). Likewise, Maclean's Music had five of his progeny sell for an average of $186,000 (21.9 times his current stud fee of $8,500). In terms of multiples to stud fee, these were by far, the two top stallions of the July sale.

To many, it seems as though Maclean's Music came out of nowhere. With only 40 horses to run in his first crop, he sired six stakes horses, 25 winners, produced a filly that ran in the Longines Kentucky Oaks (G1), and of course stamped his arrival with his brilliant son, Cloud Computing, who won the Preakness Stakes (G1).

Can Jimmy Creed echo the first crop Maclean's Music had? Only time will tell. One thing is for sure: These two young stallions are on the rise, and with their stud fees certainly to follow, it will be intriguing to watch their progeny perform on the track and in the sales ring.