Millennium Farms today announced 2014 stud fees for its four stallions, including grade I winner Swagger Jack. All fees are payable when the foal stands and nurses.
Even the Score (Unbridled's Song—Ashtabula, by Rahy) will stand for a $10,000 stud fee. The only son of Unbridled’s Song to sire multiple grade I winners (Dullahan and Take the Points), is the sire of 14 stakes winners and 32 stakes horses.
Giant Oak (Giant's Causeway —Crafty Oak, by Crafty Prospector) will stand for a $7,500 stud fee. A multiple grade I winner by multiple champion sire Giant's Causeway , his first foals will be yearlings of 2014. Giant Oak won on dirt, turf, and synthetic. He is Giant’s Causeway’s leading son on dirt with more than $1.2 million in dirt earnings.
Swagger Jack (Smart Strike—Lyrical Prayer, by The Minstrel) will stand for a $7,500 stud fee. Recently retired from racing to stand the 2014 season, he’s a grade I-winning son of Smart Strike and his leading earner in 2013. He’s from a strong Edward P. Evans female family and a half brother to grade II winner Tap Dance and stakes winner Grand Prayer, herself the dam of grade I winner Malibu Prayer.
Student Council (Kingmambo—Class Kris, by Kris S.) will stand for a $5,000 stud fee. A multiple grade I winner and successful second-crop sire, he is the sire of stakes winners on dirt and turf, including Sister Ginger and the promising 2-year-old filly Honey's Ryan. He has sired 9.6% stakes horses from starters, and 7% stakes horses from foals. He earned more than $1.5 million on the track.
Millennium Farms 2014 Stallions (2013 fees in parentheses)
Even the Score, $10,000 ($12,500)
Giant Oak, $7,500 ($7,500)
Swagger Jack, $7,500 (new)
Student Council, $5,000 ($7,500)