November 6, 2016

With a solid position atop the leading freshman sire list, the stud fee for Union Rags has been raised to $50,000 for the 2017 breeding season. Union Rags leads all freshman sires with $1,100,211 in progeny earnings.

Other stallions with adjustments in their fees include Twirling Candy, currently the third-leading second-crop sire by progeny earnings and the second-leading sire of his class with nine black-type stakes winners. The son of Candy Ride had his fee bumped to $20,000 from $15,000 for 2016.

City Zip had his fee raised to $50,000 from $40,000. He is currently ninth on the general leading sire list with more than $9.5 million in progeny earnings. He has six graded stakes winners so far this year, including two grade I stakes winners. He was represented at the Breeders’ Cup World Championships by Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Sprint (gr. I) winner Finest City, who was the sire’s fourth Breeders’ Cup winner in the last three years.

The fees on the remainder of the sires are unchanged.

The farm will be holding a stallion open house November 7-11 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. each day. All stallions will be available for inspection during the open house.


CANDY RIDE (ARG) – $60,000
CITY ZIP – $50,000
HONOR CODE – $40,000
LANGFUHR – $5,000
LEMON DROP KID – $40,000
LIAM’S MAP – $25,000
MINESHAFT – $25,000
MORNING LINE – $10,000
MR SPEAKER – $10,000
NOBLE MISSION (GB) – $25,000
QUALITY ROAD – $35,000
THE FACTOR – $25,000
TONALIST – $30,000
UNION RAGS – $50,000
All contracts carry a live foal guarantee and are payable when the foal stands and nurses. 

For more information regarding Lane’s End stallions, please contact:
Chance Timm (859-797-7101), Jill McCully (859-361-1479) or Levana Capria (859-494-9202).

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