Tapit Tops 2024 Stud Fees At Gainesway

Olympiad | Sara Gordon

Three-time leading North American sire Tapit will stand for $185,000 S&N on the heels of another strong season for his offspring both on the racetrack and in the sales ring, Gainesway Farm said in a press release Thursday morning in an announcement of its 2024 stallion roster and their advertised stud fees for the next breeding season.

Olympiad, a Grade I-winning son of Speightstown, will stand his second season at stud for $35,000. Breeders sent over 200 mares to be part of the 5-year-old's inaugural book. Meanwhile, McKinzie, a four-time Grade I-winning son of Street Sense, will stand for $30,000 after his first yearlings went to auction this year.

Young stallions Drain the Clock (Maclean's Music), Raging Bull (Fr) (Dark Angel {Ire}) and Spun to Run (Hard Spun) will each stand for $10,000.

GI Belmont S. hero Tapwrit will stand for $7,500 and rounding out the roster is GI Breeders' Cup Mile winner Karakontie (Jpn) (Bernstein), whose fee will be announced at a later time.

Here is the complete list of the 2024 stallion roster and advertised fees:

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