Is This Your Price Point? $22,000

Tara Madgwick - Sunday June 20


If you’ve just bought a mare at the recent sales, you’ll now be pondering which stallion could be her perfect match, so we’re going to look hard at the options in various price points in coming weeks offering facts and statistics that might bring clarity for the undecided.


Previously we have looked at upwards of $100,000 sires, click here to read.
Previously we have looked at $66,000 - $99,000 sires, click here to read.
Previously we have looked at $49,500 to $55,000, click to read.
Previously we have looked at the $44,000 horses, click to read.

Previously we have looked at the $33,000 - $38,500 Proven, click to read.
Previously we have looked at the $33,000 - $38,500 Unproven, click to read.

Previously we have looked at the $24,750 to $27,500 sires, click to read.

Click to see the full interactove Breednet Sire Directory , sort them how you wish to see them.

$22,000 is an interesting price point featuring 12 Australian stallions that include just two that have had runners here and they are Coolmore barn mates Vancouver and Pride of Dubai, whose oldest progeny are three year-olds.

Their Aussie stats are very similar for this season with Vancouver siring 44 winners including two stakes-winners and Pride of Dubai siring 43 winners including three stakes-winners.

Both have shuttled to the Northern Hemisphere so have runners up there so in the table below their SW column is worldwide from August 1, 2020.

 
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Sire/ Born

SW 2020/2021

2021 Yearling Average- MM, MM Book 2 Inglis Easter, Inglis Premier, Inglis Classic

2019 Fee and Book

2020 Fee and Book

2021 Fee

Pride of Dubai
2012

9

MM $115,625
IP $50,000
IC $50,000

$38,500
176

$38,500
202

$22,000

Vancouver
2012
 

4

IE $155,000
MM $122,000
IP $87,000
IC $51,000

$44,000
138

$30,350
94

$22,000



First Season

There are five first season horses and they are all very different, but priced exactly the same, so we’ll look at them in a table format to highlight key stats.
 

Sire / Born

Sire / Sireline

Best Wins

2021 Fee

Admire Mars (Jpn)
2016

Daiwa Major by Sunday Silence

Champion 2YO Colt Japan 2018 - G1 Asahi Hai Futurity Stakes (1600) at two.
G1 Longines HK International Mile(1600m), NHK Mile Cup (1600) at three.

$22,000

Earthlight (IRE)
2017

Shamardal by Giant’s Causeway

Champion 2YO Colt France 2019- G1 Deauville Prix Morny (1200m), G1 Newmarket Middle Park Stakes (1200m).
 

$22,000

Lucky Vega (IRE)
2018

Lope de Vega by Shamardal

G1 Curragh Phoenix Stakes (1200m) at two.
Placed this year G1 Royal Ascot St James’s Palace Stakes and Newmarket 2,000 Guineas.

$22,000

North Pacific
2017

Brazen Beau by I Am Invincible

G3 ATC Up and Coming Stakes (1300m) at three and second in G1 Golden Rose (1400m)

$22,000

Russian Camelot (IRE)
2017

Camelot by Montjeu

G1 South Australian Derby (2500m) at three, G1 MRC Underwood Stakes (1800m) at four.

$22,000



Second Season

Only one of these guys in this price point and it’s Spendthrift Farm’s War Front son Omaha Beach (USA), a triple Group I winner from 1200 to 1800m that never missed a place in 10 starts at two and three.

Omaha Beach

He covered 104 mares in his debut season last year and remains at the same fee.

Fourth Season

We’ve got four stallions here heading into their fourth season and that means they’ve just had their first yearlings selling this year which is often a good indication as to how the market really sees them.

All four are Group I winners by champion sires – Churchill (IRE) (Galileo), Hellbent (I Am Invincible), Impending (Lonhro) and Invader (Snitzel).

As a shuttle sire, Churchill already has runners in Europe and has three winners on the board.

Sire/ Born

2021 Yearling Average- MM, Inglis Classic, Inglis Premier

2019 Fee and Book

2020 Fee and Book

2021 Fee

Churchill (IRE)
2014

MM $141,875
IP$162,500
IC $92,778

$22,000
101

$19,250
119

$22,000

Hellbent
2012

MM $185,333
IC $104,167
IP $93,750

$27,500
156

$22,000
154

$22,000

Impending
2013

MM $127,000
IC $117,000
IP $99,633

$22,000
175

$19,800
146

$22,000

Invader
2014

MM $257,143
IC $133,500

$27,500
111

$22,000
117

$22,000


 
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