Patinack Service fees

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Patinack Farm has enjoyed an amazing start to the 2011/12 season with the
farm’s foundation sires Casino Prince and Husson (ARG) currently occupying
the first two positions on the Australian first season sires classification by a clear
margin of earnings as well as individual winners.
Arguably one of the best juvenile’s in the country, All Too Hard has
helped his sire Casino Prince to lead by earnings while Husson is sitting
comfortably in second spot by earnings but leads the table by winners with
an impressive 9 individual winners from only 20 runners to date.
Given that the first two stallions Patinack Farm has stood have made such an
outstanding start to their stud careers, the 2012 roster for the farm has
been bolstered by the addition of the prodigiously talented racehorse
Trusting. The Group 2 winner and Group 1 placed son of Tale Of The Cat will
stand at the Canungra property and has been priced to reflect Patinack?s
understanding of the current market.
Multiple Group 1 classic winners Monaco Consul (NZ) and Lope De Vega (IRE)
will once again join the line-up in their second covering season in
Australia, with the first crop of Lope De Vega in Europe receiving rave
With the constant demand for sprint sires in Queensland we have decided to
send Group-winning sprinter Raheeb to join our line-up of stallions at our
Canungra property whilst dual record-breaking two-year-old Murtajill, who
has seen some fantastic sales results from his first crop sale yearlings
will remain in the Hunter Valley.
Patinack Farm’s Chairman Nathan Tinkler is delighted with the success of the
Patinack Stallions this year.
“We are very proud to say we have the two leading first season sires this
season in Australia by both earnings and winners.”
In setting our 2012 stallion fees we have been mindful of the sales results
throughout the year and have noted the competitive nature of the market and
we are please to announce that we will not be increasing any of our service
fees for the upcoming breeding season, which we feel reflects the current stability of the
PATINACK FARM SIRES 2012- (All prices inclusive of GST)
NEW SOUTH WALES – Hunter Valley
Casino Prince – $27,500
Lope De Vega (IRE) – $27,500
Husson (ARG) – $22,000
Murtajill – $16,500
Beautiful Crown (USA) – $16,500

Monaco Consul (NZ) – $19,800
Trusting – $16,500 – NEW 2012
Raheeb – $8,800
Wonderful World – $8,800
Teranaba – FOA
*Free Return, Conditions Apply.
The Patinack Farm $1m Breeders Bonus* is really starting to grab the
attention of breeders and buyers alike and we believe this bonus scheme will
provide some fantastic returns for those investing in the progeny of the
Patinack Farm stallions. Broodmare owners will see the benefits of the bonus
scheme initially in the sale ring and then on the racetrack, as they reap
the rewards of their mare’s successful offspring. While owners themselves,
will see their prizemoney escalate when they welcome back winners at
metropolitan racetracks in New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland.
We would like to wish you all the very best of luck for the upcoming
breeding season and look forward to discussing the breeding options for your
*Not applicable to Beautiful Crown (USA).