. . . by more than 300%! During the month of September, 2005, 14,747 eNicks were retrieved on-line. During the month of September, 2006, a total of 47,148 eNicks were received, making it the second-highest month ever.
Satish Sanan’s Padua Stables in Florida has announced their 2007 stud fees. They are: DELAWARE TOWNSHIP — $6,500 EXCHANGE RATE — $10,000 PICO CENTRAL — $7,500 (down from $10,000 in 2006) PROUD ACCOLADE — $5,000 SNOW RIDGE — $5,000 You got to give Satish Sanan credit. He poured a ton of money into the industry … Continue reading SANAN’S PADUA STABLES ANNOUNCES 2007 STUD FEES
They are: ALBERT THE GREAT — $7,500 DYNAFORMER — $150,000 (up from $100,000 in 2006) GOOD REWARD — $15,000 MEDALLIST — $8,500 POINT GIVEN — $30,000 (down from $50,000 in 2006) RAHY — $60,000 (down from $75,000 in 2006) SKY MESA — $30,000 SMARTY JONES — $100,000 WAR CHANT — $30,000 (down from $60,000 in … Continue reading THREE CHIMNEYS FARM ANNOUNCES 2007 STUD FEES
BALLENA VISTA FARM in Ramona, CA becomes the first farm in North America to announce their 2007 stud fees. They are: BEAU GENIUS – $4,000 live foal (down from $6,000 in 2006) SEA OF SECRETS – $5,000 live foal (up from $3,500 in 2006) DEPUTY COMMANDER – $10,500 live foal (moved from Airdrie Stud in … Continue reading FIRST 2007 STUD FEE ANNOUNCEMENT!
While impatiently waiting for the upcoming flood of 2007 stud fee announcements, I’ve been debating with our staff about which stallions will have increased stud fees next year. Here is my list candidates who a) are likely to fill their books quickly, and b) will have a higher stud fee in 2007 than they did … Continue reading IF YOU SNOOZE, YOU MAY LOSE!
For chef-de-race aficionado’s who may have missed Dr. Steven Roman’s recent appointment, Rainbow Quest has been made a Classic/Solid chef-de-race. Coincidentally, WTC has just added three new Quality chefs to their list of breed-shaping stallions. They are: SOUTHERN HALO – Considered by many as Argentina’s greatest modern stallion, he has sired more than 140 stakes … Continue reading NEW chefs
Without question, Storm Cat and A.P. Indy currently stand alone as America’s two most successful active stallions. A.P. Indy will be 18 for the next breeding season and probably has seven or eight years left for the breeding shed. Storm Cat, on the other hand, will be 24 in 2007, so he’s probably got three … Continue reading A CASE FOR THE CAUSE
After launching our new website, as well as making Best of Sale selections for the Keeneland September Sale, not to mention providing stallion recommendations for 107 mares for one of our clients, I decided I needed a vacation prior to the September sale and breeding season. So, I was off to Paris (France, not Kentucky) … Continue reading JACK’S BACK!