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  • Stallion Stud fees... Who is under $900

    Who are they? Stallions with stud fees under $900..

    Adding the stallions who meet this $900...
    Novalis- $800
    Reputed Testamony- $850
    DBs stallion - under $900
    Campesino-$900
    Feuertanzer
    Triple Twist-$600
    Landsong-$700
    Armed Escort- $750
    Walkabout- $700
    VanGogh B - under $900
    Versace B- Under $900
    Crosswinds stallion- Free
    Edison- $850
    STF's stallion -$950
    Acclaim - $900
    Watch Me $850
    R and B- $900
    L.Majikjaz
    Pacific- $500
    Artageous-$750
    Creator-$500
    F.of a Falcon-
    Neveda and Oliver- $500
    Zeno- $800
    Orion-$750
    Silver Creek Stallions
    Counterclaim-$700
    Redwine- $750
    Last edited by Dressage-ryder; May. 19, 2007, 01:37 AM.

  • #2
    Dreamscape farm is offering a reduced stud fee on their stallion Novalis by Jus de Pomme. He is $800 until the end of May.
    Tracy Anderson
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    • #3
      You aren't specifying what kind of stallion you are looking for but my stallion is well under $900. Details on my website. He is a Colonial Spanish horse.

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      • #4
        Reputed Testamony (Full TB who belongs to Denny Emerson) is $850. I have a 4 yo Rep filly out of my Buckpasser mare, you can see her in my profile pic.
        "Perhaps the final test of anybody's love of dogs is their willingness to permit them to make a camping ground of the bed" -Henry T. Merwin

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        • #5
          You can buy breedings at reduced prices from MO who bought contracts in auctions but are unable to use them because of losing a mare, etc.
          www.oakhollowstable.blogspot.com

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            #6
            No specific needs... I asked as I have been looking at some young,unproven, or rarely used stallions and noticed that the prices are all around 1200-1600. It seems that SOs would have a smaller stud fee for stallions that have not proven themselves in the breeding shed or production shed... I am sure they are out there but I can't find them.To me it seems like for your stallions first year or until he has proven himself that it would make sense to have a stud fee that would attract enough people to get some nice mares/foals.

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            • #7
              Depending on the mare and future plans for the foal, Campesino's stud fee has been reduced to half price for those qualified mares. That would not be under, but right at $900.
              http://ShowjumpersUSA.com
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              • #8
                well.. obviously, feuertanzer is under $900.

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                • #9
                  My guy is $600 this year since it's his first year.
                  There is no secret so close as that between a rider and his horse-Robert Smith Surtees
                  Breeding TBs, Connemaras and TB/Conn crosses for eventing
                  www.twistoffateeventing.com

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                  • #10
                    from nw sporthorse breeders website:

                    Landsong - 2000 Oldenburg NA stallion - Regular stud fee $600

                    Armed Escort - Jockey Club - Regular stud fee $750

                    Walkabout - American Warmblood - Regular stud fee $700

                    of course, these don't include the booking or collection fees...

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                      #11
                      Class- What would the cost be with booking and collection? Its great is some are $700 but if the booking is $300-500 and the collection $100-200.. we are now around $1100 -1400..

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                      • #12
                        well, i guess you should be more specific then.. are you looking for stallions with stud fees under $900 or are you looking for stallions whose grand total including shipping, collection and booking are under $900? if you are looking for the grand total under $900, you will probably have to remove novalis, reputed testamony, and campesino from your list as well!

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                        • #13
                          I will be offering free breedings to quality mares this year (MO's to pay actual cost of collection, shipping, minimal "booking fee" and a container deposit). It's his first year, we are a little late starting (he'll be in my barn by early June) and I want as many quality offspring on the ground next year. He has older Holsteiner "foundation" bloodlines; paternal grandsire Corporal (same grandsire as Capital I), maternal grandsire Fleming, great grand sires Farnese, Marlon, and Ladykiller. If you're interested feel free to e-mail me for more information...sunkissed81081@yahoo.com

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                          • #14
                            I believe young stallions should earn their mark, so I price mine, until they have proven themselves, under your limit of $900 or close to that. Plus I do offer discounts to 'special' mares (all creatures are special of course ). As a result, my boys do get lots of traffic. I see that as future advertisement (the foals are better advertisement then anything).


                            Plus I generally do not ask for the stud fee until the mare is confirmed pregnant. People have advised me against that, but so far ALL mare owners have been good about that, so I'm not too concerned.

                            So Versace B and VanGogh B are available for your price range!
                            Marieke

                            www.EquineFashionandTack.com
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                              #15
                              Class.. agreed... I was asking if you by chance know more.. what are the booking and collection fees? The stud fee meets the $900 and that is what I am asking with this thread ... but I was also asking if you knew the other fees for those boys, sorry it came off as them not meeting the $900 fee. Do you have a website for them? I have actually dealt with a few SO that are including the first shipment, waiving booking, etc. which makes it very nice!

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                              • #16
                                oh sorry, i was getting the info from here:

                                http://www.nwshba.com/2007_stallion_service.htm

                                their starting bids start out much lower than their regular stud fees, so maybe an auction would be a good way for you to go!

                                armed escort says $0 booking fee, landsong booking fee - $350, walkabout booking fee - $200, collection fee - $275.00

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                                • #17
                                  It's well into the season and SO pretty much know how many mares they are getting this year. Contact the owners of some stallions you like who may not get much traffic and see if they are willing to work with your budget.

                                  Some will not but you won't know if you don't ask.
                                  www.oakhollowstable.blogspot.com

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                                  • #18
                                    Edison (Escudo I -Wolkenstein II - Lauries Crusader) is standing for the first year to outside mares under $900. http://www.woodsendfarm.com/Edison.html

                                    He is currently in Dressage training with Jim Koford and has just started competing successfully this Spring.

                                    His first foal is due any day now.
                                    Robin Stewart
                                    www.woodsendfarm.com

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                                    • #19
                                      I saw on another forum that the young stallion Acclaim has a reduced stud fee of 900.00. He's standing at Three Winds Farm.
                                      Susan

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                                      • #20
                                        Our guy, who has proven preformance as well as proven offspring now is $950 this year which includes the booking fee. Its also a split fee, so 1/2 down and then the rest of it at 45 days conception.
                                        www.spindletopfarm.net
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