p,3,1:47.4 ($1,242,987)
Sweet Lou – Lucy’s Pearl – Well Said

2024 STUD FEE $5,000

Little Brown Jug winner and North America’s fastest 2- and 3-year-old pacing colt of his respective freshman and sophomore seasons, Lou’s Pearlman retired as the second richest, and third fastest, stallion sired by Sweet Lou.

In 2020 at age two, Lou’s Pearlman started his career with a four-race winning streak, along with a 1:49.1 victory in the $119,100 Bluegrass Stake at Lexington’s Red Mile.

The following season Lou’s Pearlman captured eight races, including an elimination heat and the final of the $661,800 Little Brown Jug; $235,000 Pennsylvania Sire Stakes Final; $100,000 Max C. Hempt Memorial (Cons.), etc.  He earned $593,519 during his 2021 sophomore campaign, defeating such top horses as Perfect Sting, Charlie May, Hellabalou and Southwind Gendry.

2021 Little Brown Jug

Leading trainer Ron Burke stated this about his homebred champion, “Lou’s Pearlman is a great horse from my favorite maternal family. His ultra-game Jug victory is one of my most enjoyable wins ever.”


Royally-bred, Lou’s Pearlman is from the same maternal family as World Champion and top sire Western Ideal p,2,1:54.3f; 1:48 ($1,455,422), and his full sister, My Girl EJ p,2,1:49.1-’23 ($698,397) won the 2023 Breeders Crown for 2-year-old pacing fillies.