Yarraman Park Announce 2021 Service Fees

Media Release - Sunday April 25

It’s been another great year for Yarraman Park’s champion sire I Am Invincible, who continues to deliver results at the highest level for his supporters both in the sale ring and on the racetrack.

I Am Invincible will stand at $220,000 inc. GST.

I Am Invincible has been an unstoppable force at major Australian yearling sales this year with 101 yearlings selling for $54.4million at average $539,000.

He has sired 11 individual yearlings to sell for $1million or more in 2021 highlighted by the spectacular filly from Hips Don’t Lie that made $1.95 million at Inglis Easter. She is the highest priced filly sold in Australia this year and his highest priced filly so far.


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On the track, I Am Invincible has racked up 15 stakes-winners worldwide since August 1 including Dame Giselle, Libertini and Home Affairs, and is Australia’s leading sire by winners with over 170 on the board with three more months of the racing season to come.

His seasonal winner to runner strike rate runs at close to 53%, the best of any leading sire in the country and with over $12.3million in Australian earnings is sitting in a close and threatening third place on the Australian General Sires List by earnings.

I Am Invincible will stand this spring at a fee of $220,000 inc. GST.

Group I winning sprinter Hellbent stands alongside his champion sire and has made a super impression at the sales this year with his first crop of yearlings, who have won high praise from the market place.

 

Hellbent stands at $22,000 inc. GST

Hellbent has had 77 yearlings sell for $9.95 million across all major sales and at Magic Millions had 30 yearlings average $185,333 providing sensational returns for his supporters from his initial $27,500 fee.

His top seller was a filly from Jalan Jalan that made $500,000 for Yarraman Park when snapped up by Heinrich Bloodstock at Magic Millions.

Hellbent has covered strong books of mares in his second and third seasons giving him ample opportunity going forward and is priced attractively again this spring.

Hellbent stands at a fee of $22,000 inc. GST.

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