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- Exclusive Reports Now Instantly Accessible On This Page
- EXCLUSIVE 1: Aust "Resists Global Breeding Downturn"
- EXCLUSIVE 2: The Great Stud Fee Debate
- EXCLUSIVE 3: What Drives Bester's Yearling Buys?
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EXCLUSIVE 2: The Great Stud Fee Debate
Amid recent significant (often heated & emotional) debate over the level of stallion service fees, Breeding&Racing Magazine invited input on the subject from a cross-section of the thoroughbred community – and received a series of cogent, balanced opinions in reply. Brett Howard from Randwick Bloodstock noted: “Recent research has shown broodmare owners who have sold yearlings this year have achieved an average return of 53¢ for every dollar spent on producing their yearling for sale.” (For a preview of the exclusive report "The Great Stud Fee Debate” click on the direct link to the story on the right-hand-side of this page.)