goStallions offers breeders a selection of four sires: Monkey Bones and The Pres for your trotting mares,
plus Prodigal Seelster and Raging Bull for your pacing matrons.
All our stallions are standing at Noel & Wendy Kennard's property in Canterbury during 2017/18.
$2000 + GST* *frozen semen only
Monkey Bones might've been put
down a couple of seasons ago, but
he's still enjoying success as a sire
to this day. In fact, he actually sired
his biggest number of individual NZ
winners in a 12-month period when
15 of them saluted the judge during
the season just finished (2016/17).
We've still got a limited amount of
Monkey Bones's frozen semen left,
but if you're thinking about breeding
to him we'd encourage you to do so
sooner rather than later.
The Pres has just enjoyed his most
successful season on record - proof
that his siring career is continuing on
an upward spiral. Hard on the heels
of siring 14 individual winners in NZ
during 2015/16, The Pres blew that
figure out of the water with a total of
21 judge-saluters in 2016/17. These
were across all four of his first crops
here too, with his winners ranging in
age from 2yo to 5yo and everything
in between. He remains great value
at just $2000 + GST.
Prodigal Seelster now has progeny
who are old enough to start stepping
out on the racetrack! goStallions has
waited a long time for this important
chapter of Prodigal Seelster's career
to arrive and it's finally here. With his
bloodlines and the ability he showed
on the racetrack himself, we've been
believers from 'Day One' that he can
sire great horses and 2017/18 is his
chance to begin proving this. It's not
just us who are exicited either, those
who've bred to him are too.
Raging Bull leapt back into the minds
of a lot of breeders last season when
he attracted a book of over 30 mares
for the second time in his brief career.
Arguably the best-bred son of his sire
Christian Cullen to ever stand at stud,
Raging Bull's oldest crop have turned
three years old in 2017/18. Everybody
was given a glimpse of his ability as a
sire when daughters Bare Knuckle and
Princess Holly both ran third on debut
as 2yos. For Raging Bull the best is yet to come!