Three Bridges Fees Set
Three Bridges Thoroughbreds are pleased to announce that service fees on promising young sires Stryker and Unencumbered will remain as they were in 2015 representing great value in a competitive marketplace.
Standing again at $11,000, Stryker goes from strength to strength and sired his first Group I winner earlier this year when Rangipo took out the New Zealand Derby.
The dominant staying three year-old in New Zealand, Rangipo also won the Group II Avondale Guineas, Waikato Guineas and Great Northern Guineas.
Stryker has also sired the winners of over $1million in prizemoney in Australia this season with stakes performers Labdien and Miss Nymeria leading the way.
A royally bred son of Fastnet Rock, Stryker is the leading Victorian based second season sire by Australian winners with 28 on the board since August 1.
Magic Millions 2YO Classic winner Unencumbered will stand again at $13,200 and has done all that could be asked of him to date.
“We will be showcasing some lovely weanlings at the Gold Coast and Great Southern Sale by Unencumbered and we expect buyers to be impressed with what they see,” said Toby Liston.
“He is already stamping them like himself, so if they can run fast and early like he did, then his supporters will be in for some real upside going forward.
“Our breeding guru Brian Messner, who also assists leading breeders such as Gilgai Farm, Mill Park and Tony Santic has great belief in Unencumbered.
“Brian told everybody for years about I Am Invincible, so we hope his judgement will be vindicated again with Unencumbered. There are certainly some very exciting years ahead.”