Kitten’s Joy price unchanged at $100,000
Hawkbill: son of Kitten's Joy won the Coral-Eclipse this year
PICTURE: Getty Images Kitten's Joy price unchanged at $100,000 By Bloodstock World Staff 6:34PM 11 NOV 2016
FORMER North American champion sire Kitten's Joy will stand at Ramsey Farm in Kentucky at an unchanged fee of $100,000 next year.
The 15-year-old son of El Prado has supplied ten Group/Grade 1 winners and was represented by two scorers at last week's Breeders' Cup meeting including Juvenile Turf hero Oscar Performance.
He has also made his presence felt in Europe this year, with Hawkbill landing the Coral-Eclipse and Bobby's Kitten becoming his first stallion son in Europe, taking up residence at Lanwades Stud in Newmarket.
Owners Ken and Sarah Ramsey have given Kitten's Joy strong support in his stallion career and have sold his yearlings in Europe in recent years, with Voute Sales selling a sister to Grade 1 winner Kitten's Dumplings to Crispin de Moubray for 325,000gns at Book 1 of the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale last month.
Kitten's Joy started out at Ramsey Farm at a $25,000 fee but has commanded four times that since 2014.
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