Spendthrift Stallions Have a Spring in Their Step

Tara Madgwick - Wednesday August 22
Spendthrift Australia showcased their 2018 roster of stallions in Victoria last weekend featuring six top class sires including newcomers Overshare and Gold Standard as well as US shuttlers and proven stakes sires Jimmy Creed (USA) and Warrior's Reward (USA).

Champion sire Redoute's Choice has two sire sons available at Spendthrift in Hampton Court and Swear, whose first foals are arriving this spring.

Below are a selection of images provided by Spendthrift Australia.

Overshare – SERVICE FEE $11,000

 




Gold Standard – SERVICE FEE $5,500





Swear – SERVICE FEE $5,500




Hampton Court – SERVICE FEE $5,500



Jimmy Creed (USA) – SERVICE FEE $8,800



Warrior's Reward (USA) – SERVICE FEE $7,700




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