Airdrie Stud releases fees
GRADE 1-winning miler Divine Park will stand for $17,500 in his first season at Airdrie Stud in Kentucky next year. The son of Chester House boasts six wins from nine starts and earnings of over $600,000.
As previously reported, Grade 1 winner Brother Derek will enter stud at $10,000 and leading sire Indian Charlie has had his fee raised from $50,000 to $75,000.
Airdrie has cut the fees for 11 of its 13 other stallions headed by Include, who has had his fee halved to $17,500.
Also suffering cuts in fees are Badge Of Silver ($15,000 to $12,500); Canadian Frontier ($7,500 to $5,000); Flashy Bull ($10,000 to $8,500); Forest Grove ($7,500 to $5,000); Friends Lake ($15,000 to $12,500); Istan ($10,000 to $8,500); Slew City Slew ($6,000 to $5,000); Stevie Wonderboy ($17,500 to $15,000) and Yankee Gentleman ($7,500 to $6,500).
Harlan's Holiday and Proud Citizen have both been raised by $5,000 to $25,000.