Ilovethiscity Fee Announced

Media Release - Tuesday May 11

Ilovethiscity winner of the Group 1 Randwick Guineas, and producer of Group 1 two year-old El Dorado Dreaming will stand the 2021 breeding season at Noor Elaine Farm.

Noor Elaine Farm and breeders have supported Ilovethiscity heavily, serving 124 mares last season and he has served a total of 253 mares in the past three seasons.

Ilovethiscity has proven to be a strong producer of stakes class gallopers highlighted by El Dorado Dreaming, who was bought by Tom Magnier at the Inglis Chairman's Sale last week for $1.35million.

His other stakes winners are Ilovemyself, Chapel City, Moonlover and stakes performed Pippali and Savoie.

In 2020, Ilovethiscity has had two stakes winners, one stakes performed, and promising gelding Barocha who was sold to Hong Kong.

Ilovethiscity stands at a fee of $8,800.

Ilovethiscity has been well received at this year’s bloodstock sales. His yearlings have seen $140,000 and $120,000, averaging $48,500. Ilovethiscity stands at Noor Elaine Farm in Euroa and his 2021 fee is $8,800 (Including GST).

All enquiries can be directed to Tim Jackson 0428 855 240 and George Yannas 0400 145 841

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