Million Dollar Cam, the flagship stallion at Yirribee Pacing Stud, Wagga, has received a massive boost to his siring stocks with his USA bred son P H Supercam, winner of the richest race held in North America so far this year.
One of Million Dollar Cam's first American crop, P H Supercam defeated a top field of free-for-allers in the $567,000 George Morton Levy Memorial Series Final run at Yonkers Raceway, New York last Saturday (April 26).
Finishing with an electrofying burst along the sprint lane, the gelding lowered the colours of the world's richest ever pacer, Foiled Again ($6.2-million), in 1:52.6.
P H Supercam, who holds a mark of 1:51.2, is clearly the highest stakes-winning pacer in USA this year with $374,060 from three wins and eight placings in 12 starts.
He has a lifetime bankroll of $660,601.
Million Dollar Cam, a $970,000 winning son of Cam's Card Shark, has made an impressive start to his stud career in Australia. From 60 foals of racing age, he has had 15 starters for four individual winners and seven placegetters and is ranked second on the Australian two-year-old sires' percentage list.
His progeny include Riley James, a winner of his last three starts, Milliondollar Wave, an Australian Pacing Gold heat winner and finalist, and the Bathurst Gold Tiara heat winners Karalta Impulse and Ameretto.
Million Dollar Cam was one of the most outstanding three-year-olds in America of his year. He earned $729,701 at that age including the Little Brown Jug (in world record time), Adios Pace and Burlington Stake, all Grand Circuit races.
Harness Racing Australia