Glenlogan Service Fees

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Our mate Steve Morely and the crew from Glenlogan have released their service fees.


Queensland’s leading stud, Glenlogan Park, has announced its service fees for the 2012 season.

Glenlogan’s principal, Jon Haseler, is obviously thrilled with the achievements the farm’s stallions have made in recent years, however also acknowledges that the state of the economy and the current rebuilding phase that Queensland racing is going through has certainly influenced the decisions.

“It is no secret that there are plenty of challenges out there facing breeders at the present time but, on the other hand, there is also a lot to look forward to,” Haseler said. “A change of direction for our local industry and recent developments in Australian racing should all combine to ensure a positive future for industry participants.

“ In setting our prices this season we are confident that we are presenting a line-up of proven and new stallions at fees that represent tremendous, and unparalleled, value.

“Our sires have again done a tremendous job for our clients over the last twelve months, with all of them proving their worth on the racetracks many times over. Show A Heart has had yet another terrific season – with five Group winners already, including the best juvenile in Western Australia in Luke’s Luck and two Group One victors in Toorak Toff and Woorim. His continued success on the racetracks was also acknowledged in the yearling sale ring by buyers, with his yearlings averaging fantastically well and selling to a high of $320,000.

“Similarly, Jet Spur, Falvelon and Bradbury’s Luck have also all had tremendous years on the racetracks with Victorian spring carnival stakes winners and a Group One triumph in the west being amongst some of the highlights. Their appeal to the buying bench has been well-justified and I am sure this will only continue to go from strength to strength.

Real Saga will be our next sire to have runners and we were delighted with the reception his first crop youngsters received earlier this year. Off an initial service fee of just $12,500, they sold up to $150,000 and will now race out of high profile stables such as Peter Moody, Tim Martin, Gai Waterhouse, Tony Noonan, Mick Price and plenty more. An incredibly talented 2YO himself, he is now assured of getting every opportunity to be a successful stallion.

“Rounding out the Glenlogan sire roster this year is Red Element (first yearlings to be offered in 2013) who has served two big books of quality mares and whose initial crop of foals are nothing short of outstanding, and last year’s most popular First Season Sire in Fastnet Rock’s quality son Rothesay.

“It is a roster we are committed to supporting strongly again this year, and one we are very confident will meet breeders needs.”


SHOW A HEART – $20,000 plus GST. JET SPUR – $14,000 plus GST. REAL SAGA – $12,000 plus GST. ROTHESAY – $11,000 plus GST. FALVELON – $9,000 plus GST. RED ELEMENT – $7,000 plus GST. BRADBURY’S LUCK – $6,000 plus GST.