Hill 'n' Dale Farms in Lexington, Ky., has released the advertised fees for its 2020 stallion roster, led once again by Horse of the Year and elite commercial sire Curlin.
Curlin, a 15-year-old son of Smart Strike, will stand for $175,000, unchanged from the 2019 breeding season.
He is the most prolific sire of seven-figure yearlings this season, including three of the four horses to eclipse that mark at the Fasig-Tipton Saratoga Selected Yearlings Sale and the most expensive colt of the Keeneland September Yearling Sale at $4.1 million. Curlin ranks fourth on the North American sire list by progeny earnings, with more than $10.1 million.
New to the Hill 'n' Dale roster for 2020 is World of Trouble, a Grade 1 winner on both dirt and turf. The son of Kantharos will stand for $15,000.
Kantharos, World of Trouble's sire, will stand for $30,000 in 2020, up from $20,000 the previous year.
Following is the complete list of advertised fees for Hill 'n' Dale Farms' 2020 stallion roster.
Army Mule – $10,000
Bayern – $15,000
Curlin – $175,000
Flintshire – $15,000
Good Magic – $35,000
Kantharos – $30,000
Kitten's Joy – $75,000
Maclean's Music – $20,000
Midnight Lute – $15,000
Secret Circle – $5,000
Stormy Atlantic – $10,000
Violence – $25,000
World of Trouble (NEW) – $15,000
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