Leneva Park Stallion Fees Unchanged In 2022

Media Release - Sunday May 29

With strong positivity and high interest in Leneva Park stallions following the 2021 season, both Fierce Impact and Royal Meeting will stand at unchanged fees in 2022.

Fierce Impact

Fierce Impact, the exceptional three-time Group 1 winning son of Deep Impact, will stand his second season at stud at $16,500 (inc GST) after covering a quality book of over 140 mares in his first season.

Following the phenomenal success of Japanese bloodlines in Australia in season 2021/22 with Deep Impact siring Group 1 winners Profondo and Glint Of Hope, Fierce Impact represents outstanding value with high fertility during his first season.

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In an exciting announcement, early bird breeders will have the chance to win a nine-day trip for two to the Japan Cup simply by booking a mare to Fierce Impact in 2022 – for details follow this link to the Leneva Park website.

Royal Meeting

Royal Meeting progeny have turned heads at weanling sales around the country and the Group 1 winning two-year-old returns for his third season at stud at an unchanged fee of $11,000 (inc GST), giving breeders an undeniable chance to capitalise on this son of Invincible Spirit.

Enjoying a significant increase in covers in 2021, Royal Meeting is extremely fertile and has been supported by some of the smartest breeders in Australia; with his stunning first crop weanlings on the ground it is not hard to see why.

With weanlings averaging $64,900 at public auction this year with a top price of $160,000 for the colt ex Mistress McDowell at the Magic Millions National Sale, Royal Meeting is the number one bull for breeders looking to turn serious profit with commercial weanlings and yearlings.

To book your mare or to discuss details on limited early bird deals on both Fierce Impact and Royal Meeting, speak to the Leneva Park nominations team today.

Mitchell Brown: 0447 366 790 // mitch@lenevapark.com.au

Tom Havers: 0459 482 176 // tom@lenevapark.com.au

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