Cornerstone Stud Announce Fees
Media Release - Wednesday April 10

As we move from yearling sales to weanling sales it's time to start planning our matings for the upcoming season. With that in mind it is with great pleasure that we can announce our service fees for 2019.

Sir PrancealotWith young stars by Free Eagle, Valentia and Zebedee stepping into stables right around the country, the speculation begins. Who are you backing to be the best?

Ambidexter is the safest bet if you are breeding to race and if you are buying to race you can also bid with confidence. South Australia's leading sire by winners to runners is also a big winner when it comes to value.

The foals by Sir Prancealot will soon be speaking for themselves at the upcoming premier weanling sales. He is a proven source of winners overseas and his love of Danehill line mares makes him an exceptional prospect in Australia.

We are looking forward to helping you find the right stallion for your mare.

SIR PRANCEALOT: $14,300 inc. GST

ZEBEDEE: $9,900 inc. GST

VALENTIA: $7,700 inc. GST

AMBIDEXTER: $5,500 inc. GST


For more information call;

Sam Hayes 0430 767 227

Sam Pritchard-Gordon 0430 309 428

Max Porlezza 0439 107 166

Or clickhereto see our stallion roster in more detail.

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