Darley in Japan announces stud fees for 2013

Darley has announced the stud fees of its world-class roster of seven stallions that will stand in Japan for the 2013 breeding season.

New stallion Street Sense, the only horse ever to win the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile and Kentucky Derby, will head the roster at a fee of ¥4.5million.  King's Best, sire of multiple G1 winners Eishin Flash and Workforce, who will also join the Japanese roster for the first time in 2013, will stand at a fee of ¥1.5million. 

The third new stallion for 2013 and four-time NAR Horse of the Year Furioso will stand at ¥0.5million.  Furioso claimed six G1 victories in Japan, including the Teio sho (twice), Zen Nihon Nisai Yushun, and Japan Dirt Derby. 

Shotaro Kajiya, Darley’s nominations manager, said, “Our 2013 stallion line up offers our clients exceptional quality and value.  We have had a huge amount of interest in our three new stallions Street Sense, King’s Best and Furioso and we look forward to introducing breeders to them in the coming months.”


The 2013 fees for Darley’s stallions are as follows: 

New Street Sense Street Cry – Bedazzle (Dixieland Band)                   ¥4.5million

Admire Moon         End Sweep – My Katies (Sunday Silence)               ¥3.5million

Deep Sky               Agnes Tachyon – Abi (Chief’s Crown)                    ¥2.5million

New King’s Best    Kingmambo – Allegretta (Lombard)                        ¥1.5million

Pyro                       Pulpit – Wild Vision (Wild Again)                             ¥1.5million

Storming Home     Machiavellian – Try to Catch Me (Shareef Dancer)   ¥1.5million

New Furioso           Brian’s Time – Fursa (Mr Prospector)                      ¥0.5million         


For further information please contact Shotaro Kajiya on +81(0)1456-3-1166 or visit www.darley.co.jp.