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Johnny_Mustang
28 Sep 16 19:34
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Paul Makin venturing into Stallion ownership.
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Report potentialmillionaire September 29, 2016 9:45 AM BST
Well mare trade in December should be buoyant then as he shops for 120 of them to create a book.

Fabulous blethering though JM!
Report Johnny_Mustang September 29, 2016 10:36 AM BST
Thanks PM. The story will be press released in full tomorrow. Mare owners rubbing their hands already....
Report yer ma September 29, 2016 12:05 PM BST
In a world of poor paged stallions, this fits right in.  Honestly, would you have bred Lawman at £15k to that Dam (dead family, unraced, 7yo who'd had one foal by bachelor duke N/S £2k two years before).  That said, any rich people keen to pump in new money v v welcome.
Report neill d September 29, 2016 5:23 PM BST
At least he was tailed off in the Guineas rather than the Derby!
Report Posh Paddy October 7, 2016 12:00 PM BST
As per the interview in the TDN - £5k, limited to 80 mares and he won't be sending any mares himself preferring instead to support him by buying 6/7 of his foals / yearlings.
Report brain dead jockeys October 8, 2016 2:15 AM BST
marcel won a very poor g1, didnt train on..........a nothing horse
Report proxygene October 8, 2016 11:39 AM BST
The idealist in me would appreciate the limit of 80 in most books. The current lower end is unsustainable so at least there's a hope the market for Marcels won't be swamped. (unlike certain 1st seasoners this year yikes).

The more natural cynic in me would see the prudence in the announcement, providing there is a supply of even 80 mares out there for him, which has to be a major doubt.
Report potentialmillionaire October 8, 2016 4:51 PM BST
Cynic/realist Proxy, always an ambiguous call.

Without doubt this horse will be extremely unlikely to reach 80 mares so that allows for them to call him full should that happen.

I am afraid that if something amazing did happen and he attracted a few more than 80, you can rest assured they won't be sticking there, despite prior assurances.
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