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Territories Filly Leads Opening Day Of Tattersalls October Book 3

It was a strong opening to Book 3 of the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale with three lots topping 100,000 guineas (US$135,352) and increases in clearance and median. The top lot on the opening day was the Territories half-sister to the recent Group 3 Sceptre Stakes winner Breathtaking Look. Consigned by Richard Kent’s Mickley Stud, the […]

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Airdrie Stud’s 2020 Roster Led By Cairo Prince At $25,000

Brereton C. Jones’ Airdrie Stud has announced stud fees for their roster for the 2020 breeding season. New stallion Preservationist, a Grade 1-winning millionaire son of Arch, will stand for $10,000 and joins a young roster headlined by Cairo Prince (Pioneerof the Nile) whose fee will remain at $25,000 for a third consecutive year. Cairo […]

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Three Chimneys Releases 2020 Stud Fees, Led By Gun Runner At $70,000

Three Chimneys Farm is pleased to announce stud fees for the 2020 breeding season. Their roster is headlined by 2017 Horse of the Year, Gun Runner, whose fee will remain unchanged at $70,000. Gun Runner captured six Grade 1 wins including the Breeders’ Cup Classic and Pegasus World Cup Invitational Stakes before retiring to stud […]

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Siyouni Colt Tops Final Day Of Record Breaking Tattersalls October Book 2 Sale

A colt by Siyouni was the star turn on the final day of Book 2 of the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale at 600,000 guineas (US$808,047) as the sale returned a record turnover and median whilst the highest price for a yearling at this fixture was broken twice. The headline horse on the final day of […]

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Claiborne Farm Announces 2020 Fees, Led By War Front At $250,000

Claiborne Farm announced on Oct. 16 the stud fees for a number of their stallions for the upcoming 2020 breeding season. Leading international sire War Front will remain at $250,000 next year. War Front has sired 21 Grade 1 winners lifetime, including two-time G1-winner Omaha Beach and Preakness Stakes winner War of Will in 2019. […]

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Lost Treasure To Enter Stud At Hill ‘N’ Dale Farms For 2020

Hill ‘n’ Dale Farms announced that Lost Treasure, a son of War Front, out of Wading by Montjeu, has been retired to the farm to stand stud duty for the 2020 breeding season. “Lost Treasure hails from the immediate family of Galileo and Sea the Stars,” said John G. Sikura, President of Hill ‘n’ Dale […]

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Claiborne Farm Sets Debut Stud Fee For Demarchelier

Claiborne Farm announced on Oct. 15 that the 2020 stud fee for new stallion Demarchelier will be set at $5,000 LFSN. The only son of top sire Dubawi standing in Kentucky, Demarchelier presents a rare opportunity for breeders. He is out of a full-sister to champions Yesterday and Quarter Moon and boasts eight Grade/Group 1 […]

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First-Crop Practical Joke Weanlings Headline Fasig-Tipton Saratoga Fall Mixed Sale

The Fasig-Tipton Saratoga Fall Mixed Sale was held Tuesday, Oct. 15 in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. Offspring of young sires were popular, with seven of the top 10 weanlings sold sired by stallions whose first crops are weanlings or yearlings, and one by successful 2019 freshman sire Constitution. The sale’s top colt and filly were by […]

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Spendthrift Farm Announces 2020 Stud Fees, Led By Into Mischief At $175,000

B. Wayne Hughes’ Spendthrift Farm announced 2020 fees for most of its roster of 24 stallions set to stand at the Lexington-based farm this upcoming breeding season, spearheaded at the top by North America’s current number-one general sire Into Mischief, whose fee has moved to $175,000 S&N and is booked full. Spendthrift is bringing in […]

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Strong Trade Continues On Second Day Of Tattersalls October Book 2

A colt and a filly by Archipenko and Night of Thunder respectively shared top billing at 425,000 guineas ($570,328) during the second session of Book 2 of the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale as trade continued in robust style. A total of 207 lots sold for an aggregate of 17,230,500 guineas ($23,126,287) with significant increases in […]

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