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Hanover revises 2012 service fees

December 06, 2011
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Jim Simpson, president of Hanover Shoe Farms, has announced several revisions to the recently released 2012 stud fees for the Hanover stallions.
 
“In view of the problems facing the economy in general and the horse breeding industry in particular and with the concurrence of our partners and syndicate shareholders we have decided to lower the stud fees of several of our stallions for the 2012 breeding season. The breeding business is difficult in normal times. We feel that in this trying economic climate it is incumbent among us to try to serve the needs of our clients. Too many breeders have left the business in recent years. We hope that in some small way these adjustments will help stem the exodus,” Simpson said.
 
Included among the group is Western Ideal, who has been moved by the Western Ideal Syndicate from the New Jersey farm to Pennsylvania for 2012. Information can be found on the Hanover Shoe Farms website www.hanoverpa.com.

The following stallions' service fees for 2012 have been adjusted:

Cam's Card Shark from $7,500 to $5,000
Cantab Hall from $15,000 to $7,500
Dragon Again from $7,500 to $6,000
Somebeachsomewhere from $20,000 to $15,000
Western Ideal from $15,000 to $10,000
(Hanover Shoe Farms)
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