Stallion Fees at Breednet – The Best Source of Information

Tara Madgwick - Thursday April 23

At this time of year with studs rolling out their service fees it’s good to keep track of that information in one place and Breednet does it best with our interactive stallion pages offering instant information on all stallions to help breeders make informed decisions.

Click to go to the service fees page.

Sort them by sire, sire of sire, grand-sire of sire, stud and fee from high to low or reversed.

Click through to each sire for valuable information on sale results, current runners and results, news, distance aptitude and nicks and clicks.

Click to visit Exceed and Excel's page.

Be sure to send your media releases on stallion announcements to Breednet first to reach the biggest audience in Australian bloodstock media@breednet.com.au 



 

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