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Theatrical's fee
drops to $35,000

HILL ‘N' DALE Farms in Kentucky has lowered fees for seven of its stallions including 26-year-old Theatrical, who has had his fee dropped by $5,000 to $35,000.

Theatrical's Grade 1-winning son, Shakespeare, will stand his second season at $15,000 while the half-brothers El Corredor and Roman Ruler will command fees of $25,000 and $20,000 respectively.

Stormy Atlantic, who has enjoyed yet another good year courtesy of Grade 2 winner Misty Ocean and the Grade 1-placed trio My Princess Jess, Coast Guard and Tropic Storm, remains unchanged at $45,000.

                                             2008                          2009
Candy Ride                      $12,500                     $12,500
Closing Argument         $12,500                     $12,500
El Corredor                      $30,000                    $25,000
Grand Reward                $12,500                     $8,500
Harlington                          na                             $10,000
Heatseeker                          na                             $20,000
Midnight Lute                    na                             $20,000
Mr Sekiguchi                  $5,000                        $5,000
Mutakddim                     $15,000                     $12,500
Roman Ruler                  $30,000                     $20,000
Seeking The Best           $7,500                        $6,500
Seeking The Dia                na                             $10,000
Shakespeare                   $20,000                     $15,000
Stormy Atlantic           $45,000                      $45,000
Theatrical                      $45,000                      $35,000

 

 

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