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Country Life Farm has had tremendous Maryland Million Day success with their young stallions over the program’s 35 years, and Mosler joined the ranks in 2020. The son of War Front is the sire of Maryland Million Lassie winner Miss Nondescript in his first crop. The Barak Farm homebred, one of five winners for Mosler to date, remained undefeated in two starts with the win and is now Mosler’s leading earner with $84,090.

A multiple stakes-winning sprinter of $341,396, Mosler entered stud at the Bel Air, Md., farm in 2017 after winning five of 18 starts. His victories included the Laurel Dash Stakes, getting 6 furlongs on the turf in 1:08.26, and the 7-furlong Elusive Quality Stakes in 1:20.63 over Belmont Park’s turf course.

A $1.05-million Keeneland September yearling, Mosler is out of the Arch mare Gold Vault. His half-sister Contested (by Ghostzapper) was one of the best sprint fillies of 2012 when capturing the Grade 1 Acorn and Test Stakes, and later that year sold as a broodmare prospect for $2.3 million at Fasig-Tipton November. She has since produced Japanese group-winning millionaire Gibeon. Mosler’s full-brother Air Vice Marshal was a group-placed runner in England who sold for $2.2 million to equal the top price of the 2014 Keeneland September sale.

Mosler covered 102 mares his first year and has 73 2-year-olds in his initial crop. He tops the Mid-Atlantic region’s freshman sires list with nearly $260,000 in progeny earnings.

Mosler stood the 2020 season for $4,000 live foal.

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