Northview also announced fees of $5,000 for Partner's Hero. Lion Hearted, and Waquoit; and fees of $3,500 for Awad, Concern, Crowd Pleaser, Polish Miner, and Diamond.
Northview Stallion Station near Chesapeake City, Md., announced a jump in Two Punch's fee from $20,000 to $25,000 for 2004. A son of Mr. Prospector, Two Punch ranks third on this year's state list, with $2.2 million in progeny earnings.Owned by Allaire du Pont, Dr. Tom Bowman, and Richard Golden, Northview will keep leading Maryland sire Not For Love at $15,000. Also by Mr. Prospector, Not For Love has progeny earnings of $3.4 million.