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We are delighted to announce the service fees for our stallions in the upcoming season.
Manhattan Rain (2006 by Encosta De Lago ex Shantha’s Choice by Canny Lad)
Superbly bred, Group One winning 2yo who has sired this year’s Group One ATC Golden Slipper Stakes winner She Will Reign and Group One Kenilworth Sun Metropolitan winner Whisky Baron. Also the sire of Group Two winners Wild Rain, Scarlet Rain, Moonovermanhattan, etc. With just four crops of racing age his progeny earnings are now through $10.2 million. His 2017 yearlings have sold to $360,000. 2017 Fee $19,750.
Turffontein (2004 by Johannesburg ex Spirit Of Grace by Dr Grace)
Multiple Group One winner who continues to produce winners on a weekly basis. His progeny earnings are now though $5.5million. Turffontein has sired the multiple Group winners Fontein Ruby and Fontiton and the recent metropolitan winners Lyuba, Widgee Turf and impressive first up Hong Kong victor Sight Leader, etc. His 2017 yearlings have sold to $145,000 (colt) and $115,000 (filly).
2017 Fee $8,800.
War (2010 by More Than Ready ex Deedra by Zabeel)
Highly talented and very good looking son of More Than Ready. Winner of the stallion making Group Three Up and Coming Stakes. War has a wonderful pedigree. He is a half-brother to Group One winner Fenway and is closely related to the Champion mare More Joyous and Champion Sire Thorn Park. His first crop yearlings this year have been much admired and sold to $155,000.
2017 Fee $6,600.
Glass Harmonium (Ire) (2006 by Verglas ex Spring Symphony by Darshaan)
A magnificent looking young grey stallion, he was a Million Dollar earner and Group One performer from 1400 to 2000 metres. By proven sire Verglas and that stallion’s highest earner amongst 40 individual stakes winners worldwide. Glass Harmonium’s 2017 yearlings have sold to $70,000. Progeny in the stables of top class trainers John McArdle, Robbie Griffiths, Michael Moroney, Symon Wilde, etc. 2017 Fee $5,500.
All prices include GST.
We look forward to discussing your breeding requirements for this season.