Stallions

Justin Phillip Moves To The Quarter Company In New Mexico For 2020

Grade 1 winner Justin Phillip has been sold and will stand the 2020 breeding season at The Quarter Company in Chamberino, N.M., BloodHorse reports. The 11-year-old son of First Samurai previously stood at Castleton Lyons in Lexington, Ky., where he entered stud in 2014. He’ll stand in New Mexico for an advertised fee of $3,000. […]

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Sir Prancealot To Stand Debut U.S. Season For $15,000

Rancho San Miguel is proud to announce that Sir Prancealot’s 2020 Northern Hemisphere stud fee will be set at $15,000 LFSN to approved mares. He will stand at Rancho San Miguel in San Miguel, Calif. Sir Prancealot’s imported runners have been a dominant force of late in the American graded stakes turf scene. Highlighting the […]

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In The Stud Presented By Kentucky Equine Research: Arrogate, First Crop Weanlings Of 2019

Only one horse at a time gets to be North America’s highest-earning Thoroughbred, and a march through the world’s most lucrative races placed the championship belt squarely with Arrogate when he retired to Juddmonte Farms for the 2018 breeding season. The title is still in his possession heading into the 2019 fall mixed sales, where […]

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Bloodlines: Florida-Based Khozan Quietly Moves Up Stallion Rankings

While Triple Crown winner American Pharoah (by Pioneerof the Nile) is battling for freshman sire supremacy with Florida Derby winner Constitution (Tapit), nestled in among the highly ranked young sires standing for five-figure or six-figure fees is a pair of less-expensive animals: Competitive Edge (Super Saver) in third and Khozan (Distorted Humor) in fourth on […]

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American Pharoah, Justify Headline Ashford Stud’s 2020 Stallion Roster

The Triple Crown-winning duo of American Pharoah and Justify will once again headline the stallion roster at Coolmore’s Ashford Stud in Versailles, Ky., for the 2020 breeding season. Justify, the winner of the 2018 Triple Crown and that season’s Horse of the Year, will stand for an advertised fee of $150,000. The price is unchanged […]

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Bucchero’s Fee To Remain At $5,000 In 2020 After Full Book In 2019

After breeding to a full book of 130 mares in his first season at stud, multiple graded stakes winner Bucchero’s stud fee will remain at $5,000 S&N for 2020. “Our ownership group, who campaigned and retained Bucchero, are just regular people with a passion for the game and we are committed to keeping Bucchero accessible to […]

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St Patrick’s Day, Full-Brother To American Pharoah, Retires To Journeyman Stud In Florida

St Patrick’s Day, a stakes-placed full-brother to Triple Crown winner American Pharoah, will begin his stallion career in 2020 at Journeyman Stud in Ocala, Fla. The 2015 colt by Pioneerof the Nile out of Littleprincessemma began his career with Bob Baffert at Santa Anita Park on Aug. 20, 2017, finishing second to stablemate Zatter, who […]

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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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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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