VINERY STALLION FEES

Vinery Stud have announced fees for 2014 on their power packed roster of sires making champion sire More Than Ready (USA) one of the most attractive stallions in the country.

Sharing top honours on the roster this year are multiple Golden Slipper and Breeder’s Cup Juvenile producing sire More Than Ready and boom young sire All Too Hard, who will both stand at $66,000 for the 2014 season.

The reduction on More Than Ready is substantial as he served last season for $99,000, his fee this year the lowest it has been since he stood for $44,000 in 2007.

Since he took out Champion First Season Sire honours in the 2004/5 season, More Than Ready has risen to become one of the most successful stallions on the world stage with a tally of 127 stakes-winners including a string of Australian Group I winners such as More Joyous and Samaready and consecutive Golden Slipper winners Sebring and Phelan Ready.

In recent times his broodmare daughters have made headlines with three Gr.1 winning producers last year whilst new sire-son Sebring, the leading Australian Second Season Sire for 2013/2014 has Group I stars Criterion and Dissident to his credit.

“More Than Ready has been afforded a few light seasons of mares in the past two Southern Hemisphere Springs and we feel that he is ready to cover a more substantial book of our Australian mares,” Vinery Stud’s General Manager Peter Orton explained.

“The quality of mares that he has been serving has not diminished in that time, nor has his racetrack and sale-ring success, and physically, the horse is in great shape.

“Given it is our desire for More Than Ready to cover more mares, it is only fair that we reduce his service fee and for breeders to be able to access a stallion of More Than Ready’s stature at $66,000 is a very attractive proposition.”

Vinery’s entire roster has enjoyed a fabulous year with Mossman and Myboycharlie progeny winning the first two legs of the 2YO Grand Slam via Golden Slipper winner, Mossfun, followed 7-days later by Peggy Jean’s ATC Sire’s Produce triumph.

On top of that, Testa Rossa brought up his 50th stakeswinner recently and sired the Magic Million 2YO Classic winner, Unencumbered.

“The 2014 Service fees for the Vinery Stallions represent great value to breeders at every level and offer a broad range of sire lines to suit all mares,” Orton said.

“With consistent results on the racetracks this year, the Vinery Stallion roster will collectively ensure breeders have every opportunity to upgrade their mares with the sound knowledge that they are capable of producing runners at the highest level of competition and a strike rate well above the average.”

Vinery 2014 – all fees inclusive of GST

More Than Ready (USA) $66,000       Sire of Sire’s and with 9 Stakes winners (S.Hemisphere only) already this season.
All Too Hard $66,000                        Attracted one of the strongest first season books seen in years inc 18 Gr.1 winners a dozen dam’s of Gr.1 winners etc. Australian Champion Colt 12/13.
Mossman $27,500                            Sire of 3 individual Group One winners this season including Golden Slipper winner Mossfun.
Testa Rossa $27,500                        Sire of Magic Milllions 2yo Unencumbered and Group one older sprinters Speediness and Fontelina.
Congrats (USA) $22,000                   Leading son of A.P Indy. First crop yearlings sold to $120k with 2yo’s next season and KY 2yo’s hitting track soon.
Big Brown (USA) $16,500                 Champion 3yo and sire of 7 Stakes winners in two U.S crops and already producing Stakes 2yo’s in Aust.
Casino Prince $16,500                      The next generation. Champion First Season Sire, Champion Second Season Sire. Sire of Gr.1 3yo Hooked this year.
Husson (Arg) $13,200                       Champion First Season Sire by winners 12/13 and winners haven’t stopped with 10 this month alone and Stakes 2yo Husson Eagle.
Myboycharlie (IRE) $13,200              A Gr.1 winning 2yo and now sire of Gr.1 winning 2yo Peggy Jean.  Emerging young sire with Stakes winners coming quickly in each crop S.H and N.H
Onemorenomore $13,200                 Group One 2yo winner and sire of multiple 2yo winner Tonto.
Pluck (USA) $11,000                        One of the greatest 2yo’s by sire of sire’s More Than Ready.  Brilliant first crop weanlings, the heir to More Than Ready.
Dubleo (USA) $5,500                        Sire of Stakes 2yo Silversands and older mare Koonoomoo this season, one of best value sire’s in the Hunter Valley.
Excites $5,500                                 Sire of Stakes performers Sistine Demon and Excites Zelady this month alone.

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