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Re: 2018 Stallion Fees

PostPosted: Thu Nov 09, 2017 4:05 pm
by carole
Siyouni’s fee is jumping up to €75,000 for the 2018 breeding season. Was previously €40,000. I believe Sea The Stars has also gone up from €125,000 to €135,000 but I’m not entirely sure.

Re: 2018 Stallion Fees

PostPosted: Thu Nov 09, 2017 4:30 pm
by Insane Crazy
Somnambulist wrote:
BaroqueAgain1 wrote:Is the Cigar a one-turn mile? That should be right in PJ's wheelhouse.


It is.

I don't know why they're retiring him. I get nothing is sure.. but Met Mile?

Right? I would've LOVED to see Gun Runner head to the Met, but if he's not, PJ seems an easy gamble.

Re: 2018 Stallion Fees

PostPosted: Wed Nov 15, 2017 7:31 pm
by Sparrow Castle
Adena Springs Announces 2018 Stud Fees
Adena Springs' nine-horse stallion roster is led by Ghostzapper, who finished 2017 as the eighth general leading sire in North America.

A homebred son of Adena Kentucky stallion Awesome Again, Ghostzapper enjoyed considerable success in 2017 with 15 black-type winners, eight graded winners, and two grade 1 winners, and his progeny earnings exceeded $10.3 million. His 2018 fee will be $85,000, increased from $75,000 last year.

Adena Kentucky first-crop sires Point of Entry and Fort Larned were both represented by their first stakes winners in 2017, with Fort Larned's daughter Blonde Bomber earning a placing in the 14 Hands Winery Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies (G1).

First-crop yearlings by Mucho Macho Man, a millionaire and grade 1-winning son of Adena stallion Macho Uno, were well received at the sales. Mucho Macho Man ranked among the top first-crop sires at the Keeneland September sale by median and by average.

The 2018 breeding season may also see the addition of multiple grade 1 winner and Canadian champion Shaman Ghost. The son of Ghostzapper is still in training. His fee will be announced upon retirement.

Adena Kentucky Stallion Roster
Stallion - 2018 fee
Awesome Again - Private
Capo Bastone - $4,000
City Wolf - $4,000
Fort Larned - $7,500
Ghostzapper - $85,000
Macho Uno - $15,000
Mucho Macho Man - $10,000
North Light - Private
Point of Entry - $20,000

https://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/articles/224777/adena-springs-announces-2018-stud-fees

Re: 2018 Stallion Fees

PostPosted: Wed Nov 15, 2017 7:36 pm
by Sparrow Castle
Ocala Stud sets fees for 2018 stallion roster 11/15/2017
Ocala Stud has set stud fees for its 11-stallion roster for 2018, led again by Canadian Horse of the Year Uncaptured and Grade 1 winner The Big Beast, who will both stand for a fee of $6,000 S&N.

Uncaptured has been Florida’s most popular stallion in recent years, covering a state-high 140 mares in 2017. The multiple Graded stakes-winning millionaire by Lion Heart was represented by his first crop of yearlings in 2017, which averaged $37,046 at the sales and included a $170,000 filly at OBS October. The Big Beast, by former Florida champion freshman sire Yes It’s True, was represented by his first crop of weanlings this year, including a $40,000 colt at Keeneland November.

Florida’s second most-popular stallion in 2017 proved to be first-year sire Jess’s Dream, who bred 122 mares. The regally-bred son of two Horse of the Year winners – Curlin and Rachel Alexandra – will head into his second season at stud in 2018 with his fee unchanged at $5,000 S&N.

Ocala Stud welcomes two new Grade 1-winning stallions to its 2018 roster – Greenpointcrusader and Noble Bird. Greenpointcrusader, Bernardini’s winner of the Champagne S. (G1) as a 2-year-old, will stand his first season for $5,000 S&N. Noble Bird, the millionaire multiple graded stakes winner who scored his biggest win in the Stephen Foster H. (G1), will also stand for an introductory fee of $5,000 S&N.

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https://www.ftboa.com/Articles/Article/Ocala-Stud-sets-fees-for-2018-stallion-roster

Re: 2018 Stallion Fees

PostPosted: Wed Nov 15, 2017 8:38 pm
by Ballerina

Re: 2018 Stallion Fees

PostPosted: Thu Nov 16, 2017 6:31 pm
by Sparrow Castle
Darby Dan‏ @darbydanfarm
PROTONICO a 4 time Graded stakes winner by Giant’s Causeway will stand at Darby Dan for $6,500 in 2018. #PROTONICO

He stood last year at Taylor Made and bred 34 mares according to The Jockey Club report.

Re: 2018 Stallion Fees

PostPosted: Tue Nov 21, 2017 6:02 pm
by lurkey mclurker
Kate Hunter‏ @KeibaKate 9h 9 hours ago

2018 Shadai Stallion Stud fees are out! Biggest changes: Deep Impact goes up to ¥40mil{USD$355,400}(30mil last year), Kitasan Black still TBA, Harbinger ¥3.5mil(up from 2.5), King Kamehameha ¥12mil(up from 10mil), Lord Kanaloa ¥8mil(up from 5mil)


ORFEVRE ¥5,000,000 (¥6,000,000)
KIZUNA ¥3,500,000 (¥2,500,000)
NOVELLIST stays ¥3,000,000
MAURICE stays ¥4,000,000
LOGOTYPE debuting at ¥8,000,000
(those figures from various tweets from @LongBallToNoOne & translated article here: http://blog.goo.ne.jp/umaichi_news/d/20171121 )

Re: 2018 Stallion Fees

PostPosted: Tue Nov 21, 2017 11:53 pm
by Sparrow Castle
Fees Set for The Factor, Creator in Japan
he Japan Bloodhorse Breeders' Association recently announced its 2018 stud fees and will stand American sires The Factor and Creator in 2018.

The two sires join JBBA's roster at Shizunai Stallion Complex in Hokkaido, where nine stallions including Johannesburg and Eskendereya will stand in 2018.

The Factor, on lease to JBBA for the 2018 Northern Hemisphere season, will stand for ¥2,000,000 (more than US$17,500). The son of War Front , who won five graded stakes including the Malibu and Pat O'Brien stakes (both G1), stood for $25,000 at Lane's End Farm in Kentucky and AU$11,000 at Newgate Farm in Australia in 2017.

Creator, winner of the 2016 Belmont Stakes presented by NYRA Bets and Arkansas Derby (both G1), was imported to Japan prior to the 2017 breeding season, and will also stand for ¥2,000,000.

Johannesburg, who has been at JBBA since 2010 has two Japanese-bred graded stakes winners and will stand for ¥1,800,000 (about $16,000). Grade 1 winner Eskendereya who started his stud duty in Japan in 2016, stands for ¥1,500,000 ($13,158).

Three-time grade 1 winner Aldebaran has stood in Japan since 2009 and is located at JBBA Aomori. His fee will be reduced from ¥300,000 in 2017 to ¥200,000 in 2018.

Came Home, the multiple grade 1 winner who stood at JBBA Shizunai for ¥500,000 in 2017, will relocate to JBBA Kyushu for a fee of ¥200,000 in 2018.

https://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/articles/224854/fees-set-for-the-factor-creator-in-japan

Re: 2018 Stallion Fees

PostPosted: Thu Nov 23, 2017 12:28 am
by Sparrow Castle
Star Guitar's Fee Raised to $7,500
A strong crop of 2-year-olds in 2017 prompted Evelyn Benoit's Brittlyn Stable to raise the stud fee for homebred Star Guitar to $7,500 for the 2018 breeding season.

The four-time Louisiana Horse of the Year and winner of 22 black-type stakes out of 30 starts has been represented this year by 11 juvenile winners from 21 starters. His top 2-year-olds include stakes winners Testing One Two, a daughter out of Yes Sir (Scat Daddy) who won the Louisiana Jewel Stakes, and Aceguitar, a colt out of Cherub Heart (Dehere) who won the Louisiana Cup Juvenile Stakes and finished second in the Texas Thoroughbred Futurity. Star Guitar also sired Givemeaminit, out of Powerful Nation (Turkoman), who finished third in the grade 1 Hopeful Stakes at Saratoga Race Course.

"Star Guitar is certainly passing on his will to win that he demonstrated with his race record of 24 wins from 30 starts," said Benoit, who has stood Star Guitar at Clear Creek Stud near Folsom, La., since he entered stud in 2013 at $4,000.

More: https://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/articles/224889/star-guitars-fee-raised-to-7-500

Re: 2018 Stallion Fees

PostPosted: Thu Nov 23, 2017 1:31 am
by BaroqueAgain1
That's good to see. I'd love to see Star Guitar successfully carry on Quiet American's bloodline, especially since we lost Real Quiet too soon.