Is This Your Price Point? $22,000

Tara Madgwick - Thursday June 30

Our next chapter in the Price Point series of stories looks at a big group of 16 stallions that includes the sire of the world’s best sprinter.

Click here to see stallions priced $110,000 and above.

Click here to see stallions priced from $82,500 to $99,000.

Click to see stallions priced from $66,000 to $77,000.

Click here to see stallions priced from $49,500 to $55,000.

Click here to see stallions priced from $38,500 to $44,000.

Click here to see stallion priced between $30,2500 to $33,000.

Click here to see sires priced between $24,200 and $27,500.

Click to see the fully interactive Breednet stallion directory.

Proven Sires

Nicconi, click for more information.

Nicconi is the proven benchmark in this group and is undoubtedly great value at this fee given his consistency in producing winners week in and week out, Nature Strip aside.

He’s also far from a one trick pony as Nature Strip is one of two Group I winners for Nicconi this season joining the Bob and Sandra Peters bred G1 winning sprinter Graceful Girl.

Rubick

Rubick is another proven sire in the group that gets plenty of winners and in Everest winner Yes Yes Yes showed he too is capable of getting an exceptional sprinter.

Flying Artie

Flying Artie is another young Group I producing sire, who covered 201 mares last spring on the back of siring Blue Diamond winner Artorius, so breeders following on this spring may reap the benefit of that bumper crop.

Churchill (IRE), click for more information.

Churchill has a Group I winner in the Northern Hemisphere from his first crop in French Derby winner Vadeni and you would expect his progeny here to hit their straps at three.

Stakes-winners in the table below are worldwide from August 1, 2021.

 

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Sire/ Born

SW 2021/2022

2022 Yearling Average- MM Inglis Easter

Inglis Premier

Inglis Classic

2020 Fee and Book

2021 Fee and Book

2022 Fee

Churchill (IRE)

2014

Oldest Aus bred 2YO’s

3 winners (Aus)

4 SW’s inc. G1 Vadeni (NH)

MM $180,000 1 sold

IE $180,000 1 sold

IP $215,000

IC $115,000

$19,250

119

$22,000

160

$22,000

Flying Artie

2013

Oldest 3YO’s

2 SW’s

MM $146,000

IE $280,000 1 sold

IP $75,000

IC $63,333

$16,500

113

$33,000

201

$22,000

Hellbent

20132

Oldest 2YO’s

4 winners

3 stakes-placed

MM $232,222

IE $234,750

IP $150,714

IC $103,913

$22,000

154

$22,000

148

$22,000

Impending

2013

Oldest 2YO’s

5 winners

2 stakes-placed

MM $120,556

IP $112,500

IC $50,000

$19,800

146

$22,000

141

$22,000

Invader

2014

Oldest 2YO’s

7 winners

MM $135,000

IE $320,000 1 sold

IP $61,667

IC $94,063

$22,000

117

$22,000

116

$22,000

Nicconi

2005

2 SW’s

MM $153,571

IP $243,333

IC $96,000

$27,500

146

 

$27,500

118

$22,000

Rubick

2011

1 SW

MM $178,333

IP $210,000

IC $85,714

$33,000

104

$27,500

42

$22,000

 

Wooded (IRE)

The remaining sires in this price bracket are all unproven and include the first season sire Wooded (IRE), a Group I winning sprinter by Wootton Bassett and the fourth season Japanese bred Group I winning sprinter Brave Smash (Jpn), whose first yearlings sold for up to $260,000 this year.

Brave Smash (Jpn), click for more information.

 

There are seven second and third crop sires and they represent a broad spectrum of sirelines-

Sire (grand-sire)

Best Win Level

2021 Fee and Book

Admire Mars (Jpn) (Daiwa Major)

G1

$22,000 103

Alabama Express (Redoute’s Choice)

G1

$24,750 99

Brutal (NZ) (O’Reilly)

G1

$27,500 154

Earthlight (IRE) (Shamardal

G1

$22,000 109

North Pacific (Brazen Beau)

G3

$22,000 202

Russian Camelot (IRE) (Camelot)

G1

$22,000 136

Zousain (Zoustar)

G2

$19,800 214

 

 

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