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Bernardini: fee has been raised by Darley at Jonabell from $60,000 to $75,000 for 2011 following a bright start to his stud career

 
 

Fee for Bernardini increased to $75,000

BERNARDINI, whose first crop contains the Group/Grade 1 winners A Z Warrior and Biondetti, will stand the 2011season at Darley at Jonabell in Kentucky for an increased $75,000.

The son of A P Indy stood the past season for $60,000 and is the only established stallion on the 16-strong Darley Kentucky roster to receive a fee increase.

Breeders' Cup Juvenile winner Midshipman will stand his first season at a fee of $15,000 while a $10,000 fee has been set for Grade 2 Sanford Stakes winner Desert Party.

Leading US sires Street Cry and Medaglia d'Oro are unchanged at $150,000 and $100,000.

Seven stallions on the roster, including each of the unproven horses, have had their fees cut. They include Elusive Quality, the sire of this season's triple Grade 1 winner Quality Road, who has been reduced from $75,000 to $60,000.


DARLEY AT JONABELL FEES 2011

 Name  2010 fee  2011 fee
 Any Given Saturday  $25,000  $20,000
 Bernardini  $60,000  $75,000
 * Desert Party  n/a  $10,000
 Discreet Cat  $20,000  $17,500
 Elusive Quality  $75,000  $50,000
 Hard Spun  $35,000  $30,000
 Henny Hughes  $25,000  $12,500
 Holy Bull  $10,000  $10,000
 Medaglia d'Oro  $100,000  $100,000
 * Midshipman  n/a  $15,000
 Offlee Wild  $7,500  $7,500
 Quiet American  $15,000  $15,000
 Rockport Harbor  $12,500  $12,500
 Street Boss  $20,000  $17,500
 Street Cry  $150,000  $150,000
 Street Sense  $50,000  $40,000
 

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