Sooboog Fee Set

Media Release - Friday May 7

Sooboog enters his fifth season at stud in 2021 – following immense support from breeders and shareholders during his first 4 seasons - covering over 500 mares to date.

With Sooboog’s 2 year olds now hitting the track, he sits in the Top 3 First Season Sires by Winners Table and Top 10 General Two Year Old Sires by Winners Table.

Click for more information on the full interactive list at Breednet.
He boasts 7 winners (8 wins) from only 19 runners. Stake’s-placed BIRDSVILLE, his best performer to date running 3rd behind INGRATIATING (Frosted) (2nd Blue Diamond, 3rd Golden Slipper) & GIMMIE PAR (Not A Single Doubt) in the Talindert Stakes at Flemington following his debut win.

At the major yearling sales, Sooboog’s progeny averaged 7 times service fee for the 2nd consecutive year. More important than any price tag, are the trainers they have gone to – all major stables in the country are empowered with his progeny. In 2021, return investors voted via their pockets with his progeny again being acquired by some of the most astute judges in the country.


For breeders, it's certainly an exciting time to be involved in arguably the best bred, best looking, best value son of Snitzel at stud. Sooboog's service fee will remain unchanged in 2021 at $13,200 Inc. GST.


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