Bernardini's Fee Stays at $150,000

Bernardini , the leading third-crop sire by 2012 progeny earnings, will stand in 2013 for the same $150,000 fee that he stood for in 2012. Bernardini, whose progeny earnings are more than $5.6  million this year, stands at Sheikh Mohammed's Darley operation at Jonabell Farm near Lexington.

Two other Darley stallions also will command six-figure fees. Medaglia d'Oro  will remain at $100,000, and Street Cry   will stand for $100,000, down from $150,000.

Following are the fees for all Darley stallions:

At Jonabell Farm
Bernardini  ($150,000)
Medaglia d'Oro  ($100,000)
Street Cry   ($100,000)
Hard Spun  ($60,000)
Elusive Quality ($50,000)
Lonhro ($30,000)
Quiet American ($15,000)
Discreet Cat ($12,500)
Midshipman  ($10,000)
Street Boss  ($10,000)
Any Given Saturday ($7,500)
Regal Ransom ($7,500)

At Sequel Stallions, New York
Girolamo ($15,000)
Desert Party  ($7,500)