Three Bridges Thoroughbreds has kept the service fees for its young sires Stryker and Unencumbered unchanged for 2016.
Victorian-bred colt Tarnham notched the first Australia win for Darley sire Helmet at Dalby on Saturday.
Geisel Park Stud resident All American sired his fourth stakes winner when comeback galloper Zebulon scored a stunning victory in the LR City Of Adelaide Hcp (1400m) at Morphettville.
Benalla-based studmaster Russell Osborne has signed Flemington stakes winner Late Charge to stand at Riverbank Farm.
Cranora Park owner Janet Hadow is a part-time breeder with a full-on ambition to keep raising horses like her Hong Kong winner Victor Emperor.
Tavistock’s rise to the upper echelons of New Zealand stallion ranks has been extraordinary and that’s been reflected in his service fee at Cambridge Stud.
Group 1 winning Randwick miler Kermadec has joined the Darley Kelvinside roster in the Hunter Valley.
Buoyed by the addition of exciting new stallions in Ready For Victory and Jabali, Sun Stud has announced 2016 stallion fees for both its Victorian and Queensland farms.
Speed-on-speed attracts breeders and buyers in the modern-day market and Vinery Stud newcomer Headwater has both in spades.
Trueantallan Lodge resident Spielmeister received a reprieve from Fran Gammon after siring two winners in the last week.
More Than Ready stakes winner Ready For Victory has been added to Sun Stud’s Victorian roster at a $9,900 (inc gst) service fee.
Chatswood Stud has increased the service fee for its champion first-season sire Reward for Effort to $16,500 (inc gst) this year.
Excelebration (Ire) filly Natalie Express could not have been more impressive bolting in by five lengths at Le Lion d’Angers on Monday.
Blue Gum Farm owner Philip Campbell has announced the service fees for his stallions at Euroa this year.