2017 Stallion Fees - Changes?

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Sparrow Castle wrote:Nicole Russo ‏@DRFRusso
.@HillnDaleFarm announces that globe-trotting MG1W Flintshire to debut for 20K stud fee in 2017.
For a racehorse of that calibre, that seems like a steal. Yeah he is a turf horse standing in America, but his pedigree is pretty stellar
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How much of a new stallion's fee is set by demand rather than race record or pedigree?
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I'd assume it plays a decently big part if it's a farm who cares about getting big numbers for the first book (which is probably at least every big farm in Kentucky).
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Mel Mae wrote:I'd assume it plays a decently big part if it's a farm who cares about getting big numbers for the first book (which is probably at least every big farm in Kentucky).
Wow, I really didn't word that right.

How much does "pre-retirement" demand play? Or better yet, do people start calling the farm/partnerships that own stallions before they retire and say "I want him next year!! I'll pay $X!" Or does the farm/partnership query to interested parties what they would pay to breed to him?
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Sparrow Castle wrote:Craig Bernick ‏@Craig_Bernick
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3 mares to Flintshire. Glad he's getting some support.
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Mon Nov 28, 2016 9:10 pm

Shadai's Deep Impact to stand for ¥30m in 2017
SHADAI Stallion Station has released the 2017 fees for its near 30-strong roster. Champion racehorse Deep Impact, who sired this year's impressive Prix d'Ispahan winner A Shin Hikari, has been confirmed at a fee of ¥30 million (£214,000/€252,000) and is already fully booked for the season.

The 2015 Japanese Derby hero Duramente also has a full book of mares for his first season at Shadai at a fee of ¥4m (£28,6o0/€33,500).

Two other fully-booked stallions include King Kamehameha, a son of Kingmambo, who remains at ¥10m (£71,500/€83,900), while Rulership, a son of King Kamehameha who leads the first season sire standings, has had his fee increased from ¥3m to ¥4m (£28,6o0/€33,500).

Deep Impact covered a book of 230 broodmares in 2016. Five other Shadai sires had a book of up to 200 mares.
More: http://www.racingpost.com/news/horse-ra ... t7DaysNews
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Visited American Pharoah last week and someone on the tour asked about his stud fee. The young lady giving the tour didn't respond with Private, but what I will take as the actual number. He is definitely not Galileo-like Private. :shock:

Someone also asked if he would be running in the Breeders Cup again. Love it.
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Sat Dec 10, 2016 12:43 am

Dutchess Views Lowers Fee for Big Brown
Big Brown (Boundary—Mien, by Nureyev), the sire of grade I stakes winner Dortmund and also represented this season by grade II winner Kiss To Remember, will be offered for $7,500 after standing for a $10,000 fee in 2016. He ranks fourth on the New York sire list this year, and nationally is represented by 77 winners from 164 starters, with four stakes winners and a graded stakes winner.
http://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/ ... -big-brown
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Wed Dec 14, 2016 2:53 am

The 2017 fees for Darley’s stallions in Japan are as follows:

Pyro Pulpit – Wild Vision (Wild Again) ¥2.5million
King’s Best Kingmambo – Allegretta (Lombard) ¥2.0million
Admire Moon End Sweep – My Katies (Sunday Silence) ¥1.5million
(New) Discreet Cat Forestry – Pretty Discreet (Private Account) ¥1.5million
Monterosso Dubawi – Porto Roca (Barathea) ¥1.5million
Furioso Brian’s Time – Fursa (Mr Prospector) ¥0.5million

So happy for Pyro!
Pyro, now a proven stallion, is ever more popular with his high ratio of winners to runners. Japan’s leading sire of two-year-olds (and second only to Dark Angel in the entire northern hemisphere), his fee for 2017 will be 2.5 million yen.
https://www.darley.co.jp/news/darley-ja ... 017-season
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Coolmore National Hunt stallion fees

Flemensfirth €12,000

Milan €7,500

Fame And Glory €7,000

Champs Elysees €6,500

Yeats €6,500 (I love Yeats and am a proud owner of Coolmore's limited edition cap celebrating his 4 Royal Ascot Gold Cup wins.)

Getaway €5,500

Dylan Thomas €5,000

Mahler €5,000

Soldier Of Fortune €5,000

Westerner €5,000

Leading Light €4,500

Ocovango €3,500

Ask €3,000

Imperial Monarch €2,500

Sans Frontieres €2,500

Walk In The Park Private

Coolmore release NH stallion fees for 2017
http://bloodstock.racingpost.com/news/b ... s/2213511/

Yikes!
Soldier Of Fortune, Europe's busiest sire of 2016 with more than 300 covers, will also stand at an unchanged fee of €5,000 at Beeches Stud.
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Sparrow Castle wrote:Coolmore National Hunt stallion fees

Flemensfirth €12,000
I'm really surprised to see that a son of Alleged is still standing at stud.
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Jess’s Dream, o/o Rachel Alexandra, has been retired to Ocala Stud, will stand in 2017 for a fee of $5,000 stands and nurses
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Thu Dec 22, 2016 7:09 pm

It's too bad that the colt was never able to run another race. Leaves potential breeders weighing the fabulous pedigree and hint of talent vs. apparent soundness issues so severe that they couldn't even get that second start. :?
I wonder if Stonestreet will support him with its own mares?
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Well-bred sons of champion mares that could barely race due to soundness issues (knees, breathing issues - both hereditary)...a dime a dozen.
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Fri Jan 06, 2017 12:29 am

Sequel New York Releases 2017 Stud Fees & Stallion Showcase

ALPHA $7,500 Bernardini – Munnaya, by Nijinsky II
EMCEE $5,000 Unbridled’s Song – Surf Club, by Ocean Crest
FORTY TALES $6,500 Tale Of The Cat – Forty Love, by Forty Niner
FREUD $10,000 Storm Cat – Mariah’s Storm, by Rahy
LAOBAN $7,500 Uncle Mo – Chattertown, by Speightstown
MISSION IMPAZIBLE $7,500 Unbridled’s Song – La Paz, by Hold Your Peace
STEPHANOATSEE PRIVATE AP Indy – Oatsee, by Unbridled

http://www.sequelnewyork.com/stallions/ ... -showcase/
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Fri Jan 06, 2017 12:32 am

Only $10,000 for Freud? Seems like a bargain. :?
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Fri Jan 06, 2017 4:08 pm

California: Dads Caps to stand at Legacy Ranch
Dads Caps, the millionaire who won consecutive runnings of the Grade 1 Carter Handicap at Aqueduct in 2014 and 2015, will stand at Legacy Ranch in Clements Calif., this year.

The stallion is owned by Vince Scuderi, who owned and bred Dads Caps. Dick Barton, who has invested heavily in California breeding in recent, plans to extensively support Dads Caps at stud, according to statement released Friday.

Dads Caps will stand for $5,000.
http://live.drf.com/nuggets/34566
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Fri Jan 06, 2017 4:39 pm

Sparrow Castle wrote:California: Dads Caps to stand at Legacy Ranch
Dads Caps, the millionaire who won consecutive runnings of the Grade 1 Carter Handicap at Aqueduct in 2014 and 2015, will stand at Legacy Ranch in Clements Calif., this year.

The stallion is owned by Vince Scuderi, who owned and bred Dads Caps. Dick Barton, who has invested heavily in California breeding in recent, plans to extensively support Dads Caps at stud, according to statement released Friday.

Dads Caps will stand for $5,000.
http://live.drf.com/nuggets/34566
I wondered what would happen with him after he RNAd at Keeneland. Good news.

Anybody hear about plans for Finnegans Wake, who RNAd at FT?
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Fri Jan 06, 2017 8:51 pm

mariasmon wrote:
Sparrow Castle wrote:California: Dads Caps to stand at Legacy Ranch
Dads Caps, the millionaire who won consecutive runnings of the Grade 1 Carter Handicap at Aqueduct in 2014 and 2015, will stand at Legacy Ranch in Clements Calif., this year.

The stallion is owned by Vince Scuderi, who owned and bred Dads Caps. Dick Barton, who has invested heavily in California breeding in recent, plans to extensively support Dads Caps at stud, according to statement released Friday.

Dads Caps will stand for $5,000.
http://live.drf.com/nuggets/34566
I wondered what would happen with him after he RNAd at Keeneland. Good news.

Anybody hear about plans for Finnegans Wake, who RNAd at FT?
I too hope we hear something soon about Finnegans Wake! He's still listed on Donegal's roster of racing horses. https://www.donegalracing.com/roster/de ... gans-wake/
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