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Stallions to WA

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What stallion's would people like to see come to stand in WA. (Within reason of course) 

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  • MinesACoronaMinesACorona    130 posts
    I would like to see Foxwedge.
    He has a substantial decline in numbers last breed season just 68 mares in comparison to 160 in 2017
  • paraleticparaletic    3,052 posts
    Magic Albert
  • DamienWyerDamienWyer    6,848 posts

    I would like to see Foxwedge.
    He has a substantial decline in numbers last breed season just 68 mares in comparison to 160 in 2017



    Foxwedge predominately gets a three year old and above. I don't know if he would bbe readily accepted by WA Breeders for what would be still a premium service fee. He stood for the last two years at $22,000, never get that here.

    Magic Albert should be retired, absolutely no.

    Adelaide from Coolmore might be a rough chance if this season doesn't go that well.
  • DamienWyerDamienWyer    6,848 posts
    Foxwedge has just gone to Woodside and will stand for $16,500 incl
  • ManchildManchild    115 posts
    Where is Woodside ?
  • DamienWyerDamienWyer    6,848 posts
    Manchild said:

    Where is Woodside ?



    I believe it's in the ALP stronghold of Bendigo, Victoria. That's enough for you to say no I would think ?

    LOL

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  • OhsomodestOhsomodest    48 posts
    Supido
  • DamienWyerDamienWyer    6,848 posts

    Supido

    He has served only one crop of more than 100 mares, I can't think of a reason why he would be moved
  • OhsomodestOhsomodest    48 posts
    edited April 20

    Regarding Supido, I think he’ll be underrated by the market. I like his pedigree. Wasn’t a superstar but nor were I Am Invincible or Snitzel.
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