Is This Your Price Point? $13,200 - $15,400

Tara Madgwick - Thursday July 1

The Breednet Price Point stories have been super popular and are now archived on the site, so will remain a great source of information and reference as we move towards the breeding season and let’s not forget that the three stallions topping the current Australian General Sires List by earnings all started their stud careers at this price point or below.

Front runner Written Tycoon went to stud as a Group II winner at a fee of $8,250, Not a Single Doubt was a Listed winner priced at $13,750 and I Am Invincible was a Group III winner starting off at $11,000.


That trio now feature in the top Price Point story, upwards of $110,000!

Previously we have looked at $17,250 - $19,800 – click to read.

Previously we have looked at $16,500 PROVEN – click to read.
Previously we have looked at $16,500 UNPROVEN – click to read.

 

Click to see the full interactive  Breednet Sired Directory, sort them how you wish to see them.

Proven Sires

Magnus stands at Widden Stud Victoria at a fee of $15,400, click for more information.
Just four proven sires in this price point and one them, Magnus, is quite clearly head and shoulders above his peers being a proven Australian Group I sire that has left some 116 winners this season of $6.7 million in prizemoney.

Power (GB), who previously shuttled to New Zealand and now calls Queensland home, has more stakes-winners for the current season than most people would realise with five in New Zealand and four in the Northern Hemisphere including two Group I winners Laws of Indices and Helvic Dream.

The oldest progeny for Sooboog are only two year-olds and he has sired nine winners including one stakes horse in Birdsville.

Stakes-winners are worldwide from August 1, 2020. Overall average  is posted if insufficient numbers, three or more, in select sales.

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Sire- Born

SW 2020/2021

2021 Yearling Average- Overall
MM / Inglis Sales

2019 Fee and Book

2020 Fee and Book

2021 Fee

Magnus
2002

2

IP $161,429
MM Perth $55,000
IPShowcase $51,571

$16,500
111

$15,400
137

$15,400

Press Statement
2012

2

IC $71,250
ICHighway$78,333

$16,500
161

$13,750
95

$13,750

Power (GB)
2009

9

Overall $31,781
MM March $33,000

$11,000
93

$11,000
100

$13,200

Sooboog
2012

 

MM $108,333
IC $80,625
MM Adel $73,333

$13,200
93
 

$13,200
98

$13,200



First Season

G2 winner Graff stands at Kitchwin Hills at a fee of $13,200 - click for more information.

Only one candidate and it’s Graff, a multiple Group winning sprinter by Star Witness that was also placed in the Group I ATC Golden Rose.

Second Season

We have four second season sires to choose from and two are shuttle sires Calyx (GB) (Kingman) and Vino Rosso (USA) (Curlin) and the other two are homegrown sprinters Dubious (Not a Single Doubt) and I Am Immortal (I Am Invincible).

Sire / Born

Best Wins

2020 Fee and Book

2021 Fee

Calyx (GB)
2016

G2 Royal Ascot Coventry Stakes (6f) at two.  G3 Commonwealth Cup Trial Stakes (6f) at three.

$17,600
69

$13,750

I Am Immortal
2016

G3 MRC Blue Diamond Prelude (1100m), Blue Diamond Preview (1000m) at two.

$13,750
116

$13,750

Vino Rosso (USA)
2015

G1 Breeders Cup Classic (2000m), G1 Santa Anita Gold Cup (2000m) at four

$13,750
103

$13,750

Dubious
2016

G2 BRC Champagne Classic (1200m), G3 ATC Breeders Plate 1000m) at two.

$13,200
162

$13,200



Third Season

We have five third season sires and they are quite a diverse group – two dual Group I winners - Grunt (NZ) (O’reilly) and Saxon Warrior (Jpn) (Deep Impact), plus a trio of Group II winning sprinters Encryption (Lonhro), Lean Mean Machine (Zoustar) and Santos (I Am Invincible).
 

Sire/ Born

2021 Overall Weanling Average

2019 Fee and Book

2020 Fee and Book

2021 Fee

Grunt (NZ)
2014

$40,173

$13,750
178

$13,750
162

$13,750

Saxon Warrior (Jpn)
2015

$67,142

$24,750
97

$17,600
69

$13,750

Encryption
2015

$13,666

$13,200
135

$13,200
133

$13,200

Lean Mean Machine
2015

$39,583

$17,600
147

$13,200
73

$13,200

Santos
2015

$14,808

$16,500
137

$13,200
59

$13,200

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