11/04/2015 5:47PM

Lane's End sets stallion fees for 2016

Michael Amoruso
Honor Code, in his first season as a stallion, will stand for $40,000 in 2016.

Lane’s End announced stud fees for 15 stallions at its Versailles, Ky., location for the 2016 breeding season, with first-year stallion Honor Code standing for $40,000 and fellow first-year stallion Liam’s Map standing for $25,000.

Candy Ride will stand for $60,000, highest of all the Lane’s End stallions and the same fee as he had this year.

Honor Code, a son of pensioned Lane’s End great A.P. Indy out of Serena’s Cat, by Storm Cat, won 6 of 11 career starts, including the 2015 Grade 1 Metropolitan Handicap and Grade 1 Whitney Stakes, and earned $2,518,260. Third in the Breeders’ Cup Classic in his final start, he raced for a partnership that included Lane’s End.

Liam’s Map, who ended his career with a win in the Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile, won 6 of 8 starts and earned $1,358,940. He is a son of Unbridled Song out of Miss Macy Sue, by Trippi.

Following are the 2016 stud fees for the Lane’s End stallions. All are live foal guarantee, payable when foal stands and nurses:

Candy Ride, $60,000

City Zip, $40,000

Discreetly Mine, $5,000

Honor Code, $40,000

Langfuhr, $5,000

Lemon Drop Kid, $40,000

Liam’s Map, $25,000

Mineshaft, $25,000

Morning Line, $10,000

Noble Mission, $25,000

Quality Road, $35,000

Stephen Got Even, $5,000

The Factor, $25,000

Twirling Candy, $15,000

Union Rags, $35,000