The Asian-owned operation has added three new stallions with multiple G1 winner Brave Smash, Santos and the shuttle sire Aclaim joining the Aquis rosters.
Aclaim is currently serving his second season at The National Stud in the UK.Brave Smash and Santos will be standing at the former Emirates Park stud at Murrurundi in the Hunter Valley while Aclaim will serve his first season in Australia at the Aquis base at Canungra in Queensland.
Aclaim, a son of Acclamation, won the G1 Prix de la Foret in France and wil head the Canaungra list on a fee of $13,750 including GST.Brave Smash, the Japanese import by Tosen Phantom who won the G1 Manikato Stakes and G1 Futurity Stakes in Melbourne, will stand a for a first season fee of $22,000.
Santos, a G2 winner as a 2YO, also goes to the Hunter Valley on a fee of $16,500.The Aquis roster at Murrurundi is headed by Snitzel’s G1 winner Invader.
He covered 156 mares in his first season at stud in 2018 and remains on a fee of $27,500.Aquis Farm Stallion Rosters 2019
Hunter Valley NSWInvader $27,500
Brave Smash $22,000Divine Prophet $22,000
Santos $16,500Spieth $16,500
Jukebox $11,000Canungra, Queensland
Aclaim $13,750The Mission $13,200
Kiss And Make Up $11,000Spill The Beans $11,000
Domesday $9,900Husson $9,900
High class G1 winner All Too Hard has taken over as the headline sire on the Vinery Stud roster in 2019.With Vinery’s long serving shuttle champion More Than Ready now based permanently in Kentucky the Hunter Valley stud has a reduced roster of six stallions headed by the son of Casino Prince.
The sire of 147 individual winners from three crops of racing age will stand for a fee of $27,500 including GST.2019 Vinery Stud Stalion Roster
All Too Hard $27,500Star Turn $22,000
Headwater $16,500Press Statement $16,500
Casino Prince $6,600Pluck $6,600