Crazed's stud fee lowered to $3,500
December 08, 2011
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The stud fee for the trotting stallion Crazed, a son of Credit Winner, has been reduced to $3,500 for the 2012 breeding season. Crazed stands at stud at Blue Chip Farms in New York.
"In an effort to stay competitive in this tumultuous economy, and maximize his book to its full potential, we feel the new fee reflects a more realistic approach to the ever-changing marketplace,” said Geoffrey Stein, syndicate manager for Crazed.
Crazed bred a full and book of 140 mares in his first two seasons at stud. His first crop was highlighted by the sale of a colt out of Kimberidge Hanover for $120,000, who is now being trained by Jimmy Takter.
For booking information, contact Preferred Equine Marketing, Inc. at (914) 773-7777 or visit the Preferred Equine website.