2017 Stallion Fees - Changes?

Re: 2017 Stallion Fees - Changes?

Postby bare it all » Mon Nov 07, 2016 4:26 pm

I feel like there was another big name stallion that went private at some point because they took a huge dip in fee the following year. Smarty Jones maybe? Or maybe it was Forestry on the heels of him not being the sire people thought he'd be. It was something along those lines, though.
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Re: 2017 Stallion Fees - Changes?

Postby Treve » Mon Nov 07, 2016 4:41 pm

bare it all wrote:I feel like there was another big name stallion that went private at some point because they took a huge dip in fee the following year. Smarty Jones maybe? Or maybe it was Forestry on the heels of him not being the sire people thought he'd be. It was something along those lines, though.


Good point. Although someone mentioned it may simply mean that the price depends on the mare. Since they likely want to keep attracting a high quality book of mares (and in a sense that is what they were doing with the 2 for 1 deal, since the second mare had to be a graded stakes winner or producer) they might offer a much discounted price to good mares, and may even have an approved book. Seeing as Pharoah did more than fill his book 208 mares covered, making him the third largest book in North America using that tactic, and in the process getting himself the highest quality book of any NA stallion, I'm guessing they figured that's what they'll go with again.
A filly named Ruffian...

Eine Stute namens Danedream...

Une pouliche se nommant Trêve...

Kincsem nevű kanca...


And a Queen named Beholder
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Re: 2017 Stallion Fees - Changes?

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Re: 2017 Stallion Fees - Changes?

Postby Izvestia » Tue Nov 08, 2016 9:52 pm

That is incredibly reasonable.
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Re: 2017 Stallion Fees - Changes?

Postby Northport » Wed Nov 09, 2016 12:42 am

Adena Springs Kentucky
Awesome Again—Private
Capo Bastone—$4,000
City Wolf—$4,000
Fort Larned—$7,500
Ghostzapper—$75,000 - up from $60,000
Macho Uno—$15,000
Mucho Macho Man—$10,000
Point of Entry—$20,000

Adena Springs North
Giant Gizmo—$7,500
Hunters Bay—$4,000
Milwaukee Brew—$5,000
Rookie Sensation—$4,000
Silent Name—$7,500
Silver Max—$4,000
Singing Saint—Private
Sligo Bay—$5,000
Wilko—Private



Aga Khan fees
Harzand - €15,000
Sea the Stars - €125,000
Born to Sea - €10,000
Dariyan - €8,000
Siyouni - €45,000
Sinndar - €3,500
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Re: 2017 Stallion Fees - Changes?

Postby Sparrow Castle » Thu Nov 10, 2016 5:34 pm

http://gainesway.com/gainesway-announces-2017-stud-fees/

2017 Gainesway Stud Fees
Afleet Alex – $10,000
Birdstone – $5,000
Empire Maker – $85,000
Hat Trick – $5,000
Karakontie – $15,000
Tapit – $300,000
Tapizar – $15,000
To Honor and Serve – $10,000
All Fees Live Foal Stands and Nurses Terms
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Re: 2017 Stallion Fees - Changes?

Postby Mel Mae » Thu Nov 10, 2016 6:43 pm

bare it all wrote:I feel like there was another big name stallion that went private at some point because they took a huge dip in fee the following year. Smarty Jones maybe? Or maybe it was Forestry on the heels of him not being the sire people thought he'd be. It was something along those lines, though.

Probably not who you're thinking of but Coolmore did that with Fastnet Rock in Europe. He wasn't super high (30,000 euros) but didn't get a ton of mares so they made him private, gave him a year off of shuttling and he was private again when he returned.
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Re: 2017 Stallion Fees - Changes?

Postby mariasmon » Thu Nov 10, 2016 6:46 pm

bare it all wrote:I feel like there was another big name stallion that went private at some point because they took a huge dip in fee the following year. Smarty Jones maybe? Or maybe it was Forestry on the heels of him not being the sire people thought he'd be. It was something along those lines, though.


Giant's Causeway's did for a couple of years.
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Re: 2017 Stallion Fees - Changes?

Postby Northport » Fri Nov 11, 2016 5:24 pm

No change to Frankel's fee this year:

Banstead Manor Fees
(2016 fee in brackets)

Frankel - £125,000 (£125,000)
Kingman - £55,000 (£55,000)
Dansili - £65,000 (£85,000)
Oasis Dream - £50,000 (£75,000)
Bated Breath - £8,000 (£10,000)
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Re: 2017 Stallion Fees - Changes?

Postby Northport » Fri Nov 11, 2016 6:13 pm

Calumet has finally dropped the fees on almost all of their stallions - except Americain and Oxbow, who got bumps before their first crops have hit the track.

English Channel $25,000 ($25,000)
Oxbow $20,000 ($17,500)
Big Blue Kitten - NEW $15,000
Americain $10,000 ($7,500)
Red Rocks $10,000 ($12,500)
Smarty Jones $7,500 ($7,500)
Aikenite $5,000 ($7,500)
Grey Swallow $5,000 ($7,500)
Musketier $5,000 ($7,500)
Optimizer - NEW $5,000
Point Given $5,000 ($7,500)
Raison D’Etat $5,000 ($7,500)
Ready’s Image $5,000 ($7,500)
Real Solution $5,000 ($7,500)
Slumber - NEW $5,000
War Correspondent - NEW $5,000
Eye of the Leopard $2,500 ($7,500)
Snapy Halo $2,500 ($7,500)
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