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Spendthrift Australia sets roster & fees for inaugural breeding season

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Spendthrift Australia has set its debut roster of four stallions that will stand during the farm’s inaugural breeding season in 2015.

Operating at the former Yallambee Stud in Victoria, Spendthrift Australia will have two pricing options for all four stallions. The farm’s renowned Share The Upside program will be offered, along with traditional Stands & Nurses fees.

The following are Share The Upside fees and standard Stands & Nurses fees for each stallion for 2015 (all fees include GST): 


Stands & Nurses Fee

Share The Upside Fee

Can the Man



Hampton Court



Jimmy Creed



Warrior’s Reward



Share The Upside
is a straightforward, breeder-friendly program. There are a limited number of opportunities per stallion, and the offer is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Breeders can secure a spot with a $275 Inc GST one-time deposit, and then sign two stands and nurses contracts to breed a mare in 2015 and 2016. Once two foals have been produced and the stud fees have been paid on both live foals, the breeder earns a lifetime breeding right starting as early as the 2017 breeding season. The breeding right continues annually and throughout the breeding life of the stallion, and there are no further expenses to the breeder.

For more information on Spendthrift Australia’s 2015 stallion roster, or to learn about how the Share The Upside Program can help you, please contact Garry Cuddy at +61 410 451 595 or [email protected], or visit www.spendthrift.com.au.

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