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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