News - Breeding July  21, 2019

Tate Farms Releases 2019 Fees


Tate Farms will again be offering various incentive programs in 2019 to provide value to breeders.



NORTH VILLE PLATTE, LAŚNOVEMBER 20, 2019ŚTate Farms has set 2019 stud fees for the seven stallions the South Central Louisiana farm will stand during the next breeding season, led by Louisiana newcomer world champion-and-champion sire One Dashing Eagle and #3 leading first-crop sire Highest Fire.

World champion One Dashing Eagle currently sits in third on the 2018 leading third-crop sires by earnings list with $1.1 million to date, led by Hobbs American Futurity(G2) winner Eagles Coast ($209,658). The sire of more than $3.3 million and $18,100+ average earnings per starter will stand his first season in Louisiana for a 2019 fee of $6,500. Breeders can take advantage of a $2,000 discount if they pay their fee in full ($4,500) in by February 15.

Highest Fire's first crop of 2-year-olds includes nine winners to date, led by Grade 1 Heritage Place Futurity runner-up and All American Futurity(G1) finalist Wokatee On Fire ($251,161). The Grade 1 son of leading sire Corona Cartel is the #3 leading first crop sire of money earners with $435,800 to date. Highest Fire will stand the 2019 season for a fee of $2,500 or breeders who pay in full by February 15th can breed for $2,000.

Grade 1 sire One Sweet Jess will stand for a 2019 fee of $5,500. The son of leading sire Mr Jess Perry is #9 on the general leading sire of money earners list for 2018 with $2.29 million to date. Los Alamitos Super Derby(G1) and Golden State Million Derby(G2) winner Jesstacartel ($491,763) is the sires' leading earner in 2019. In four crops One Sweet Jess has sired 17% stakes winners, earners of over $7.3 million and average earnings per starter in excess of $22,300. Breeders who pay the fee in full by February 15th can get a discount to $3,500.

Perennial leading Louisiana sire Sir Runaway Dash will again stand for a 2019 fee of $3,000 with no consideration. The son of all-time leading sire First Down Dash is the sire of earners of over $5.5 million with average earnings per starter of $24,153, to date.

Multiple stakes winner Heza Fast Rogue's first crop will race in 2019. The $323,950 earning son of leading sire Heza Fast Dash will again stand for $1,750 in 2019 or $1,000 if paid in full by February 15. His first-crop of sale yearlings averaged $9,344.

The first crop to race by Grade 2 Oklahoma Futurity winner Paint Me Perry will hit the track in 2019. The son of leading sire Pyc Paint Your Wagon will stand for a 2019 fee of $1,500 or $1,000 if breeders pay the fee in full by February 15. His first-sale crop yearlings averaged $9,500.

Grade 2 Hobbs America Derby winner Tf Im That Guy's first foals arrive in 2019. The $535,814 Grade 1-placed (3rd All American Futurity) son of all-time leading sire First Down Dash will again stand for a fee of $2,000. Breeders can get a discount if they pay $1,500 in full by February 15.

Tate Farms will again be offering various incentive programs in 2019 to provide value to breeders. CLICK HERE for the full 2019 roster of stallions.

For additional information or breeding contracts to any of these stallions call Steven Tate at 337-363-8283 or 337-658-8283.


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