Ilovethiscity Service Fee Announced

Media Release - Wednesday May 4

Proven Group I sire Ilovethiscity has been making news of late as the sire of $1million Showdown winner King's Consort and he will stand the 2022 breeding season again at Noor Elaine Farm.

Ilovethiscity 2YO King's Consort wins the $1million Showdown Stakes - image Racing Photos

Winner of the Group I ATC Randwick Guineas, Ilovethiscity is now proving himself to be a potent source of juvenile speed with the success of King’s Consort in winning the Showdown confirming that the Group I ATC Champagne Stakes victory by El Dorado Dreaming was no fluke.

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Read more about King's Consort here.

Ilovethiscity has proven to be a strong producer of stakes class gallopers from limited opportunity with the likes of El Dorado Dreaming, King of Hastings, Ilovemyself, Chapel City, Moonlover and stakes performed Pippali and Savoie all making their mark.

His SW to runners strike rate 4.5% is a testament to his ability to upgrade his mares to produce a superior runner. 

Ilovethiscity stands at a fee of $6,600.

Ilovethiscity stands at Noor Elaine Farm in Euroa and his 2022 fee has been reduced to $6,600 (Including GST).

Noor Elaine Farm will be offering the first 50 mare bookings an early bird fee of $4,400 (including GST).

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

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