More Than Ready's fee will stay at A$66,000 despite a A$320,000 yearling average at the recent Inglis Easter Sale and five more juvenile stakes winners this season. First-crop weanling sire and MG1SW All Too Hard (Casino Prince) is next in the lineup at A$55,000. Last year's champion Australian sire of 2-year-olds, Mossman (Success Express) is available for A$27,500. Credited with 51 stakes winners to date, Testa Rossa (Perugino)'s fee is A$19,800. Casino Prince (Flying Spur)'s progeny have already tallied over 100 wins for this season as of this month and his fee is set at A$13,200, the same as young Group 1-siring Husson (Hussonet).
Vinery will also host returning American Grade I-siring stallions Congrats (A.P. Indy) and Big Brown (Boundary), who has a leading GI Kentucky Derby contender in MGISW and Dortmund, at A$19,800 and A$8,800 respectively. Pluck (More Than Ready), a winner of the GII Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf in 2010, has first 2-year-olds racing later this year and will stand for A$9,900. Dual-hemisphere Grade/Group 1 sire Myboycharlie (Danetime) is available at A$11,000, while G1 Champagne Stakes hero Onemorenomore (Red Ransom) rounds out the roster at A$6,600.
Extracts from Thoroughbred Daily News