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Big Black Cat
31 Oct 16 17:19
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From RP Bloodstock-big highlights are DUBAWI standing at a career high fee and NEW APPROACH dropping to £30K

Fees for the new stallions will no doubt be discussed?

DARLEY EUROPEAN FEES 2017

(2016 fees in brackets)

Dalham Hall Stud

Dubawi £250,000 (£225,000 in 2016)

Golden Horn £60,000 (£60,000)

New Approach £30,000 (£60,000)

Iffraaj £27,500 (£22,500)

Sepoy £15,000 (£15,000)

Territories £12,000 (NEW)

Brazen Beau £10,000 (£10,000)

Helmet £10,000 (£8,000)

Charming Thought £8,000 (NEW)

Farhh £8,000 (£8,000)

Poet's Voice £8,000 (£12,000)

Casamento £5,000 (£5,000)

Outstrip £5,000 (£5,000)

Toormore £5,000 (NEW - Darley Club)


Kildangan Stud

Shamardal Private (Private)

Exceed And Excel €50,000 (€40,000)

Teofilo €40,000 (€50,000)

Dawn Approach €30,000 (€35,000)

Night Of Thunder €25,000 (€30,000)

Slade Power €20,000 (€20,000)

Belardo €15,000 (NEW)

Raven's Pass €12,000 (€15,000)

The Last Lion €12,000 (NEW)

Epaulette €7,000 (€7,000)

Fast Company €7,000 (NEW)

Hallowed Crown €7,000 (€7,000)

Buratino €5,000 (NEW - Darley Club)

French Navy €4,000 (€4,000 - Darley Club)

Fulbright €4,000 (€4,000 - Darley Club)


Haras du Logis

Authorized €10,000 (€10,000)

Manduro €7,000 (€7,000)

Exosphere €6,000 (NEW)

Rio De La Plata €5,500 (€5,500)

Bow Creek €4,000 (NEW - Darley Club)

Hunter's Light €4,000 (€4,000 - Darley Club)

Sidestep €4,000 (€4,000)

Slickly €4,000 (€4,000)

Masterstroke €3,000 (€3,000)
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Report neill d October 31, 2016 4:43 PM GMT
Throw enough sh1t at the wall.......
Report neill d October 31, 2016 4:47 PM GMT
Territories looks very expensive, Slade Power still does. New Approach looks done at the top level.

Would like to see Farbh & Golden Horn do well.

Awful lot of dross on the list, and that's before "the club."
Report truehoncho October 31, 2016 5:21 PM GMT
totally agree Neil. You think they could have something a little more exciting at Dalham at the cheaper end. Maybe a nice Dark Angel, Kodiak or Invincible Spirit. Coolmore are miles ahead.
Report brain dead jockeys October 31, 2016 9:24 PM GMT
wonder how much of new approach, dawn app & teofilo mr bolger owns.
Report jockeyhunter October 31, 2016 11:43 PM GMT
bow creek and fulbright at stud is a joke, the last lion at 12K a bigger joke
Report Wilycayote November 1, 2016 11:51 AM GMT
Darley beginning to look more like TESCOS every day...
Report potentialmillionaire November 1, 2016 12:08 PM GMT
Lidl ?
Report yer ma November 1, 2016 2:29 PM GMT
I thought I was harsh about stallion operations... unpalatable truth is that these stallion will almost universally be completely or fairly full (possibly not with the 'right' mares but that another argument).  I don't think the club will do the profile any favours but owner breeders I know have all suggested they are interested.  Fulbright for example is a lovely horse...not a champion, not commercial but if you want a runner. 

Tweenhills look unappetizing, again.  David must have struggled to keep straight face giving those quotes.
Report Bigwillystyle November 1, 2016 3:23 PM GMT
All rubbish!This crowd are a shambles.
Bolger im told retains a leg in everything he sells.  Was also told by a trainer who receives yearlings from them that the vast majority are soft and the vast majority of them that come broken have to be re broken.
Report Big Black Cat November 1, 2016 9:12 PM GMT
Am interested in Darley because Elite use a lot of their stallions for our mares.

We have used Manduro (Ribbons), Exceed and Excel (Tribute Act) and New Approach (Goldmember) all out of Sister Act as it happens.  We also have a Sepoy 2yo colt due to run at the weekend (Sentinel).

Helmet looks like an interesting option here.  Had a flying start with his 2 yo's IIRC and has just had his first Group 1 winner-his sales record look pretty good too so someone obviously likes him-Good value?
Report cacique November 1, 2016 9:20 PM GMT
New Approach

2013 £50k
2014 £80k
2015 £80k
2016 £60k
2017 £30k

he has really fallen off a cliff with winners. Won't be long till Jim has he at Redmonstown
Report cacique November 1, 2016 9:24 PM GMT
*has him
Report ovalu November 1, 2016 9:54 PM GMT
Would agree that Helmet might be good value as most of his good horses are big good looking types so u might expect them to improve at 3
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