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2019 New Season stallions

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2019 New Season stallions

Roaring Lion by Kitten's Joy 

Timeform Rated 130.  Service Fee $35,000 +GST

 

Staphanos by Deep Impact

Timeform Rated 123.   Service fee $7,000+GST

 

Summer Passage by Snitzel

Timeform Rated 117. Service Fee $8,000+GST

 

Embellish by Savabeel

Timeform Rated 107. Service fee $5,000+GST

 

Howard Be Thy Name by Redoute's Choice

Timeform 106. Service fee $5,000+GST

 

Ardrossan by Redoute's Choice

Timeform Rated 99. Service fee $8,000+GST

 

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Thanks Ruby. He was owned by Eric Watson ( former Westbury Stud owner) and has been on the market for a couple of years. I had seen him advertised on a number of Aussie online sales sites including the Inglis Online Auction recently.

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Could be an interesting stallion for down south. Good breeding and a popular family. Everything out of the mare has sold well. Had a purple patch of form a few years ago in SA before his form tailed off thereafter. Here's hoping he does well down there.

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It will be interesting to see if a NZ stud has a go at this stallion on Tuesday at the MM sale

https://magicmillions.online/viewLot/240/1895

The Taj Mahal  4 wins , 2 @ Grp 2 level  by Galileo and a full brother to Gleneagles.

Also selling  Good Project --by Not a Single Doubt

Merovee --by Frankel out of More Strawberries.

The last two are Chris Waller horses.

I think it is fair to assume all three would have been offered to Australian studs before being entered in to the sale. So it will interesting to see what happens

 

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1 hour ago, drewandjo said:

Jon Snow

Certainly an interesting stallion for the SI. Obviously a talented type. His dam and grand dam were pretty useless to be honest, but otherwise a solid female line with the Oaks winner Solveig in there.

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I will not pretend to understand stallion valuations --- The Taj Mahal sold for A$560,000. That seems quite cheap to me, given Gleneagles has started off quite in the NH.

Maybe in this fickle business it was the fact that he did not win a Grp 1 race. I hope he stays in Australasia as it will be interesting to follow his progress.

The other two sold for $50k  --Good Project and $20K--  Merovee ---looks like both going to China.

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19 hours ago, elvis said:

Other than Ardrossan? Where are all the mares coming from. I’m selling mine . Had enough for now. Stallions way over priced Imo!

I think you make a good point, particularly in this country most breeders I've spoken to are asking where is the value and will probably do what youre doing.

 a few stallions Derryn,Complacent,Embellish,Nadeem,Telperion ,Wrote and possibly Sweynesse(though you'd expect his fee will probably rise) offer some hope.

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So if you had a mare where she had 5 foals, 2 to the races, 1 has won 6, placed 7 and the other has won 5 and placed 4, both just missed black type, would you be Breeding.? Of the others, 1 is an un raced 4yr old, a 2 year old who is showing something and the other a weanling. 

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21 minutes ago, ADM said:

So if you had a mare where she had 5 foals, 2 to the races, 1 has won 6, placed 7 and the other has won 5 and placed 4, both just missed black type, would you be Breeding.? Of the others, 1 is an un raced 4yr old, a 2 year old who is showing something and the other a weanling. 

I would be breeding to her for sure. That is pretty impressive.

Do you sell them as weanlings or yearlings?

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1 hour ago, ADM said:

So if you had a mare where she had 5 foals, 2 to the races, 1 has won 6, placed 7 and the other has won 5 and placed 4, both just missed black type, would you be Breeding.? Of the others, 1 is an un raced 4yr old, a 2 year old who is showing something and the other a weanling. 

All comes down to your circumstances does't it , of course you'd be breeding if you could find a suitable mating at value.

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We try to sell as yearlings, the problem as noted by Huey is finding a value commercial stallion as she seems to like producing fillies and then we get hammered at the sales. 

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4 hours ago, ADM said:

We try to sell as yearlings, the problem as noted by Huey is finding a value commercial stallion as she seems to like producing fillies and then we get hammered at the sales. 

Fillies can be hard.

Some stallions do have a chance where you will see their service fee rise quickly and nice to be aboard just before they explode!.

There is value in the $5,000 to $8,000 range and I don't think they are over priced.

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The family has been very good to us but the cost to return is just getting a bit hard to take. The other problem is finding a commercial stallion under 16.1 hands, have found danehill cross works, no Zabeel  and under $15k

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