• Breeding Programs:

Spendthrift stallions reaping rewards at 2014 2yo sales

Into Mischief  -  Malibu Moon  -  Warrior's Reward

Wednesday, March 12, 2014
In the competitive 2-year-old auction market, several of Spendthrift Farm's stallions have 2014 sales averages that are well above their advertised stud fees.

The stallions include the always popular Malibu Moon, whose average price of $545,625 is fourth-best for all North American stallions. His offspring were a big hit at this week's OBS March Sale of Selected Two-Year-Olds in Training, with a colt bringing $1.3 million and a $700,000 filly. His sales average is 5 ½ times his 2014 stud fee.

Into Mischief, a top-five sire each of his first three years at stud, has a sales average of nearly 15 times his current fee. All three of his 2-year-old offerings to date have brought at least $200,000.

Tiz Wonderful, who stands this year for $7,500, has proven one of the best bargains of 2014. Currently the second-leading sire on the Third Crop list, Tiz Wonderful's 2-year-old auction price average is better than 16 times his stud fee.

The first three juveniles from the initial crop of Warrior's Reward went through the ring at the March 11 OBS  Selected Two-Year-Olds in Training sale, and the buyers responded strongly, with winning bids of $330,000, $220,000 and $120,000, an average of almost 18 times his 2014 stud fee.

Sire 2014 Stud Fee 2yo Sale Average
Into Mischief $20,000 $291,667
Malibu Moon $95,000 $545,625
Tiz Wonderful $7,500 $121,667
Warrior's Reward $12,500 $223,333
View All News

Top Stories

Sunday, January 22, 2017
After capping her remarkable racing career with a win for the ages in the 2016 Breeders' Cup Distaff (G1), Beholder was crowned once again with an Eclipse Award...
Saturday, January 07, 2017
Gormley put himself squarely on the Kentucky Derby (G1) trail on Saturday when the 3-year-old son of Malibu Moon triumphed in an extremely game performance in the $100,000 Sham S. (G3)...
Saturday, December 17, 2016
Malibu Moon's graded stakes-winning millionaire Stanford looked very sharp in his three-length score in Saturday's $100,000 Harlan's Holiday S. (G3)...
Login