Little Avondale are pleased to announce the 2021 service fees for Per Incanto, Time Test & Nadeem.
20/21 has been a record-breaking season for Per Incanto in NZ’s three major international markets. He is NZ’s leading stallion on the Australian Premiership for runner to winner with 61.9%. He leads both the Hong Kong and Singaporean winners premiership and is currently second to champion sire Savabeel on the NZ table.
Per Incanto, who is an outcross to Danehill, has had 15 stakes performers this season headlined by his three-year-olds Gr.1 winner Bonham, Gr.3 winner Miss Aotearoa and the NZ Oaks Gr.1 and Lowland Gr.2 runner-up Charms Star, all of whom have Danehill on their female line. This cross is running at 10.2% runner to stakes performer.
Per Incanto has had another spectacular sale series. Since his first sales season eight years ago, Per Incanto has averaged a remarkable 11 times his service fee for 259 yearlings and RTR horses sold across Australasian sales.
Per Incanto will stand the 2021 season at $25,000 plus gst LFG.
Shuttle stallion Time Test, who shuttles from The National Stud in England has met with unprecedented market support since standing his first SH season at LA in 2018. Fully booked last season at 135 mares, the dual Group 2 winning son of champion super sire Dubawi debuted in style across all the leading Australasian sales in 2021. Time Test’s progeny sold up to $220,000. He had 23 yearlings average $74,000 across Melbourne Premier, Sydney Classic and Karaka at a return of 7.4 X his first season service fee of $10,000.
Time Test’s yearling purchasers included Paul Moroney (2), John Foote, Ciaron Maher, Bruce Perry, Chris Rutten, Paul Willetts (3), Andrew Forsman, Johnno Benner and Richard and Michael Freedman.
Time Test will stand the 2021 season at $8,500 plus GST.
Nadeem, the Blue Diamond Gr.1 winning son of Redoute’s Choice, forever Mr Consistent, has sired 31 stakes horses and will stand at the unchanged service fee of $4,000 +gst LFG. Nadeem is the best value proven sire in Australasia.
Little Avondale, backing the breeder since 1940 and home of NZ’s leading two stallions for return on service fee.