Vinery Stud 2021 Roster & Fees

Tailor-made for broodmare owners

Fresh from a record-breaking Inglis Easter Yearling Sale, Vinery Stud has raised the bar again with a list of stallions tailor-made for broodmare owners at every level.

In addition to high profile debutant Ole Kirk, explosively fast Gr1 Coolmore Stud Stakes-winning sprinter Exceedance (Exceed and Excel-Bonnie Mac, by Thorn Park), who covered 142 mares in his initial book in 2020, will be fully subscribed again this year where he heads the balance of Vinery’s seven-strong stallion line-up.

The powerful line-up includes star First Season Sire Star Turn (Star Witness-Golden Delicious, by Made of Gold), Australian Top 10 stallion All Too Hard (Casino Prince-Helsinge, by Desert Sun), who remains one of the best-value stallions in the Hunter Valley, and Headwater (Exceed and Excel-River Dove, by Hurricane Sky) who emerged from Randwick’s The Championships as Australia’s leading Second Season Sire to back up his First Season Sire championship.

Then there are Gr1-winning 2YO/3YO Press Statement (Hinchinbrook-Kaaptive Empress, by Kaaptive Edition) whose recent local and overseas feature and city winners has turned into a wave of success, and the redoubtable Casino Prince (Flying Spur-Lady Capel, by Last Tycoon); his incredible 71% strike rate saw him serve almost 100 mares in 2020 following a black-type revival led by Baccarat Baby, Sweet Deal, cult hero The Candy Man and Bandersnatch.

There is far more to each of Vinery’s seven stallions – Click here for a full overview.

Meanwhile, here is the full alphabetical 2021 line-up and their respective GST-inclusive fees.

  • All Too Hard- AU$33,000
  • Casino Prince- AU$5,500
  • Exceedance- AU$33,000
  • Headwater- AU$16,500
  • Ole Kirk- AU$55,000
  • Press Statement- AU$13,750
  • Star Turn- AU$16,500

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