Mint Lane Standing in Victoria

Media Release - Tuesday October 22

Based in the heart of Victoria, Glen Eden Stud is a high quality thoroughbred stud located one hour north of Melbourne standing a selection of stallions including proven sire of winners Mint Lane (USA), who relocated this year from South Australia.

Mint Lane is standing at Glen Eden stud this springMint Lane is a well proven sire by Maria's Mon that has left no fewer than 55 winners in Australia of over $4.1 million in prizemoney.

He has a 60% winners to runners strike rate and his winners include two stakes-winners in Willi Willi and Platinum Life making him a great choice for breeders seeking proven value in an outcross sire. Click here to find out more about Mint Lane.

Winners for Mint Lane this season include Danzibar Dancer, My Friends, Shall We Hope and With Hope.

Mint Lane stands at a fee of $3,300.

 

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