Darby Dan Farm, which recently added three new stallions to its roster, has announced its 2009 stud fees.
The farm’s new additions Magna Graduate, Nobiz Like Shobiz, and Run Away and Hide, will stand for respective fees of $5,000, $7,500, and $7,500.
“We are very excited with our roster of young stallions,” said Ryan Norton, stallion director at Darby Dan. “Given the current economic status in the industry, we feel that our stallions are priced at a level that offer breeders value based upon their performance and pedigree.”
Two of Darby Dan’s stallions, Perfect Souland Sun King, will stand for the same fees as last year. Perfect Soul will stand for $15,000, while Sun King’s fee is $10,000.
Repriced will remain at a private fee, while Suave, who stood for $17,500 in 2008 will have a fee for $12,500 in 2009.