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Spendthrift and breeders sharing the upside with Into Mischief


Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Hustling to attract breeders to a stallion few held in high regard, eight years ago B Wayne Hughes’s Spendthrift Farm in Kentucky created an incentive programme called Share the Upside.

For a total of $13,000 for two seasons over two years, breeders could obtain a lifetime breeding right in the stallion, a juvenile Grade 1 winner Spendthrift had raced after purchasing for $180,000 at an Ocala Breeders’ Sales breeze-up auction in 2007.

Click to read the full article at RacingPost.com.

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