Breeding News

November 14, 2017
Ocala Stud in Ocala, Fla. released the advertised fees for its 2018 stallion roster, co-headlined once again by Uncaptured and The Big Beast, who will each stand for $6,000.
The newly merged Irish Hill & Dutchess Views Stallions LLC has released the stud fees for its first season in partnership, led by Bellamy Road and Big Brown at $6,000 each.
War Envoy and Saburo, a pair of runners owned by Ruis Racing, will enter stud at Tommy Town Thoroughbreds in Santa Ynez, Calif., for the 2018 breeding season.
Castleton Lyons in Lexington, Ky., released its advertised stud fees for the 2018 breeding season, with both Gio Ponti and Justin Phillip standing for $5,000.
November 13, 2017
While American Pharoah is the headliner of this year's incoming class, it's an especially deep group, both in buzz when they entered stud and the reception of their weanlings at the November sale.
Although established stars Medaglia d’Oro and More Than Ready both sired two of this year’s Breeders’ Cup winners, no stallion benefited more from the event than Quality Road.
November 10, 2017
Tapit will continue to stand for an advertised fee of $300,000 in 2018, continuing his reign as the most expensive stallion in North America.
Kobe’s Back, a multiple Grade 2 winner, has been retired from racing and will debut for the 2018 breeding season at Bonita Farm in Darlington, Md., for an advertised fee of $3,000.
With Distinction, a regular presence near the top of Florida’s sire lists, has been sold to stand in Korea, beginning with the 2018 breeding season.
Grade 1 winner American Patriot has been retired and will enter stud at the international Darley operation’s Japanese farm on Hokkaido, seeking to capitalize on his international pedigree.