NEW INNOVATION - Breednet Stallion Parades 2020

Tara Madgwick - Tuesday August 11

Travel restrictions arising from pandemic may be limiting your opportunities to take advantage of stallion parades in coming weeks, so Breednet are bringing them to you virtually through whatever device you most use, phone, desktop or ipad.

Click here to visit Breednet Stallion Parades.

Breednet Stallion Parades features detailed video parades from major farms, all the stallions in one place for fast and easy comparison.

Watch them walk, assess their physical condition and character… it’s almost as good as being there.

See the stallions you’re considering, without the travel , sortable by sire, stud and sire of sire.

To find Stallion Parades on the home page scroll down to the bottom of the News Feed column and you will see the Stallion Parade sub-heading right above the Breednet Foal Gallery.

Additionally, readers can also access Stallion Parade from the drop down menu of the Sires tab at the top of the home page and all stallion video parades will be added to the individual stallion profile page for that sire.

If you ever wondered how popular our sire profile pages are Google the name of your stallion and see what comes up, that might be the most enlightening thing you do today.

The Stallion Parades section runs to Nov 30th so farms can send in updated videos as suits them over the three-and-a-half month period this section will display.

Farms are encouraged to send 360-degree film of the stallions walking side-on, front-on and from the rear.

Breednet’s Stallion Parade service is the most cost-effective service available in 2020 at just $100 + GST per stallion.

To find out more information to have your stallion included email



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