Twin Hills Announce 2021 Service Fees

Media Release - Thursday April 22

Twin Hills Stud have announced fees on their roster of four stallions headed by prolific sire of winners and proven Group I source Smart Missile.

Smart Missile
 

The sire of over 100 winners this season including four stakes-winners – Crosshaven, Yao Dash, Missile Mantra and Missile Launch – Smart Missile has seasonal earnings just shy of $6million, while his barn mate Hallowed Crown has sired the winners of just over $6million with his highlight performer the Group I winning mare Colette.

Click for Smart Missile's stallion profile on Breednet.

Hallowed Crown's Breednet stallion profile.

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Best known as the sire of Hong Kong based Group I winning sprinter Hot King Prawn, Denman continues to churn out winners, while young gun Odyssey Moon has started his career with a winner from just a handful of runners.

Denman's stallion profile on Breednet.

Odyssey Moon's stallion profile on Breednet.

Twin Hills Fees all inclusive of GST

Smart Missile $16,500
Hallowed Crown $11,000
Denman $8,800
Odyssey Moon $6,600


 

 

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