Even the Score

Even the Score

Anne M. Eberhardt

Even the Score's Fee Remains at $15,000

The stallion's fee doubled midway through the 2009 season due to market demand.

(Edited press release)

Ro Parra's Millennium Farms, located near Paris, Ky., has announced 2010 stud fees for its Kentucky stallions, including a decrease in two fees and three others which remain at 2009 levels. Student Council, who stood for $17,500 in his freshman season, will stand for $10,000 in 2010, and Will He Shine’s fee will be lowered from $6,500 to $5,000. Even the Score  will remain at $15,000, Zanjero at $10,000, and Shaniko at $5,000. Terms for all stallions are live foal, stand and nurse.

Even the Score stands for $15,000 after starting the 2009 season at $7,500. He saw his fee double midway through the breeding season due to market demand. Even the Score was ranked seventh on the freshman sire list in 2008 and is a top 10 sophomore sire in 2009.

Following are Millennium’s 2010 fees:

Even the Score: $15,000
Student Council: $10,000
Zanjero:  $10,000
Will He Shine: $5,000
Shaniko:  $5,000