stud fees

Spendthrift Australia Sets 2019 Roster And Fees

Spendthrift Australia has set service fees for its roster of six stallions for 2019, led by multiple Group 1-winning 2-year-old Bolt d’Oro who will stand his debut season for $13,750 (US$9,588) including Goods and Service Tax. The son of Medaglia d’Oro will shuttle after covering a full book of mares in his first season at […]

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Uptowncharlybrown’s Fee Raised For 2019

Thanks to an outstanding 2018 season topped by the graded stakes victory of Dixie Serenade in the $150,000 Grade 3 Victory Ride Stakes at Belmont Park, Uptowncharlybrown Stud LLC announced that the 2019 stud fee for Uptowncharlybrown has been increased to $4,500, live foal. Uptowncharlybrown, who stands at Glenn and Becky Brok’s Diamond B Farm […]

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Lane’s End Releases 2019 Fees, Led By Quality Road At $150,000

Lane’s End has released the advertised fees for its 2019 stallion roster, led by Quality Road at $150,000. The 12-year-old son of Elusive Quality heads up an 18-horse roster at the Versailles, Ky., farm. He stood the previous season for $70,000, and has been led in 2018 by runners including Grade 1 winners City of […]

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Airdrie Stud Announces 2019 Fees

Brereton C. Jones’ Airdrie Stud has announced stud fees for the 2019 breeding season, though the fee for the high-flying first-crop sire, Cairo Prince, will be determined following the upcoming Breeders’ Cup Championship weekend at Churchill Downs. New to the Airdrie Stud roster, McCraken (by Ghostzapper) will stand for $10,000 stands and nurses, as will […]

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Justify To Stand For $150,000 In First Season At Coolmore

Justify, winner of the 2018 Triple Crown, will debut at stud for an advertised fee of $150,000 during the 2019 breeding season, leading the projected 17-horse stallion roster at Coolmore’s Ashford Stud in Versailles, Ky. The 3-year-old son of Scat Daddy arrived at Ashford Stud on Sept. 17 after initially being retired in July and residing at WinStar […]

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Spendthrift’s 2018 Roster Led By Into Mischief At $100,000

B. Wayne Hughes’ Spendthrift Farm announced 2018 stud fees for most of its roster set to stand at the Lexington-based farm this upcoming breeding season. Among the roster of 24 are three new stallions for 2018, and Spendthrift’s stallion ranks will be spearheaded at the top by leading sire Into Mischief, whose fee has moved […]

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Court Of Appeals Upholds Foreign Arbitration Ruling Against Jamgotchian On Unpaid Stud Fees

The United States Court of Appeals has affirmed a lower court ruling that California owner and breeder Jerry Jamgotchian owes affiliates of Ireland’s Coolmore Stud more than $500,000 for unpaid stud fees. The memorandum, filed on Monday in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, affirms the 2014 U.S. District Court ruling to […]

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Gainesway Announces Fees; Tapit To Stand 2017 For $300,000

Gainesway announced its 2017 stud fees Nov. 10, with leading sire Tapit again headlining the roster and standing for an industry-leading $300,000. Tapit led the North American general sires list in 2014 and 2015 and leads again in 2016 with more than $18 million in progeny earnings, $6.5 million in front of the next-highest total. Tapit […]

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Stud Fees And Sale Prices: Breaking Down The Breeders’ Cup Winners

Breeding or buying a 2016 Breeders’ Cup winner wasn’t cheap. Seven of the 10 winning Thoroughbreds sold at public auction cost more than $300,000 each, and some of the world’s most elite stallions were represented by their offspring in the Santa Anita Park winner’s circle on Nov. 4-5. Nine of the 13 world championship race […]

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Up And Up: A Closer Look At Rising Stud Fees For 2016

Stud fees are going up next year, especially at the top end of the bloodstock market. The increases are going to make profitability for Thoroughbred breeders that much more challenging. The Paulick Report looked at the 45 North American stallions that stood for live foal fees of $20,000 or higher in 2015 and have at […]

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