Led by three-time Group 1 winner Advertise (GB), the 2024 roster and fees for Manton Park Stud were announced on Wednesday.
The son of Showcasing (GB) will command £10,000. He sits fourth amongst first-crop sires in Great Britain and Ireland with 15 individual winners from 49 runners in 2023 and covered 41 mares this year. His best runner so far is the stakes-placed Task Force (GB).
G1 Prix de la Foret hero Aclaim (Ire), a son of Acclamation (GB), will stand for £8,000. The sire of 2022 G1 1000 Guineas heroine Cachet (GB) who is being offered during the Sceptre Sessions at the Tattersalls December Mares Sale, he is also represented by G3 Summer S. runner-up Royal Aclaim (Ire), and the listed winner and G3 Molecomb S. second Purosangue (GB). A total of 37 mares visited him in 2023.
As previously announced, French juvenile Group 1 winner Dubai Mile (Ire) (Roaring Lion) will stand at Manton Park next term. His fee will be £7,500. The chestnut was his late sire's first group winner from his single crop of foals. G1 Prix Royal-Oak winner Technician (Ire) completes the quartet at £5,000. Formerly at Haras de Montaigu, Technician's eldest foals are yearlings in 2024.
Owner of Manton Park Stud, Martyn Meade said, “We are very much looking forward to going into our second covering season here at Manton Park with two new stallions joining the roster. Advertise has had a promising start with his 2-year-old's making their track debut this year. He has some improving types who are well regarded by leading trainers and expected to progress in their 3-year-old careers. A fee of £10,000 offers exceptional value for an extremely consistent son of Showcasing (GB). Aclaim has proven his capabilities of producing winners at the top level with Cachet and this term has been represented through tough juvenile Purosangue.
“As a four-time Group 1 winner, Roaring Lion was an exceptional racehorse. Dubai Mile joins the Manton Park stallion operation for the forthcoming season as Roaring Lion's first group winner and most successful son to date, we are very much looking forward to his career at stud and seeing his future progeny. Despite having a promising roster of young stallions, we have trimmed our fees for 2024 to offer the best value possible for breeders.”