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Uncle Mo: the champion's sire, Indian Charlie, will stand for $75,000 in 2012

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Airdrie raises Indian Charlie to $75,000

AIRDRIE  Stud in Kentucky has released its stud fees for 2012 with Indian Charlie leading the way at $75,000.

The fee represents a marginal increase on the $70,000 that Indian Charlie - the sire of four Grade 1 winners including last year's American champion two-year-old Uncle Mo - commanded in 2011.

Airdrie also raised the fees for Flashy Bull, who is the sire of two stakes winners from his first crop this season, and Include, the sire of this year's Grade 1 Prioress Stakes heroine Her Smile.

The farm also announced a discount incentive programme which comes into effect if any stud fee is paid by November 1.

In addition, mare owners will receive a ten per cent discount if sendingtwo mares to the same sire or a 15 per cent discount if sending three or more mares to same sire. However, there is no multiple mare discount for Indian Charlie.

AIRDRIE STUD FEES 2010 ($)
 Stallion  2011 fee  2012 fee  2012 fee plus discount
 Badge Of Silver  7,500  6,000  5,400
 Brother Derek  7,500  7,500  6,750
 Divine Park  10,000  10,000  9,000
 Flashy Bull  6,000  10,000  9,000
 Include  7,500  12,500  11,250
 Indian Charlie  70,000  75,000  70,000
 Istan  6,000  3,500  3,150
 Majesticperfection  10,000  8,500  7,650
 Proud Citizen  10,000  7,500  6,750
 Stevie Wonderboy  10,000  5,000  4,500

 

 

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