Blue Gum Farm owner Philip Campbell has announced the service fees for his stallions at Euroa this year.

Canford Cliffs (Ire)

World Champion Miler and five-time Group 1 winner. His first European crop comprised 35 individual two year old winners in 2015 including Group 2 winner Painted Cliffs, Group 3 winner Most Beautiful, SW Aktoria, etc. Consistent 2016 Melbourne Premier Yearling results with 8 second crop members sold averaging $105,000 and fetching up to $250,000.

Fee $13,750 (inc gst)


Multiple Group 1 winner who, with his oldest progeny just 4YOs, has total earnings through $3.20 million. He has sired the multiple Group winners Fontiton and Fontein Ruby and many recent winners including Darren Weir’s dual Melbourne winning filly Lyuba. Six 2016 Melbourne Premier Yearlings averaged $68,083 with a top price of $120,000.

Fee $11,000 (inc gst)

Glass Harmonium (Ire)

A magnificent looking young grey stallion, he was a million-dollar earner and Group 1 performer from 1400 to 2000 metres. By proven sire Verglas and that stallion’s highest earner amongst 39 individual stakes winners worldwide. Only first crop yearling to be offered in 2016 fetched $34,000, knocked down to Group 1 winning trainer John McArdle.

Fee $6,600 (inc gst)


Highly talented and lightly raced son of More Than Ready. Winner of the stallion making Group 3 Up and Coming Stakes. Half-brother to 2015 Group 1 winner Fenway. Closely related to Champion More Joyous and Champion sire Thorn Park. His first crop yearlings sell in 2017.

Fee $6,600 (inc gst)

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