3 EEE studs

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3 EEE studs

Postby TeaTree Gully Estate » Wed Dec 07, 2016 12:24 am

Just wondering how much people think I can get for these guys, I know if won't really be a high price because they aren't on the LBs or anything but just thought I would ask as I need them gone.
They also had a few seasons where they weren't bred either.

http://www.horseeden.com/horse.php?id=10128200
http://www.horseeden.com/horse.php?id=11096491
http://www.horseeden.com/horse.php?id=12235923

Thank you in advance
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Re: 3 EEE studs

Postby Pinelark » Tue Dec 13, 2016 7:25 pm

Since the market isn't too strong these days, I'd say in the 300k-750k range for the two older ones. With the younger, it's a matter of training. If he's got 3-4 bars up week 4, around 500k should be good. :)
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Re: 3 EEE studs

Postby Nat » Sun Dec 18, 2016 12:23 pm

I agree that the training for the colt determines his value. But in my opinion, if he has 3-4 traits up week 4, send him to auction here at the forums. That would be really strong training with LB potential, and I'd think you could get close to a mil, possibly more :)

For reference, I sold an EEE SH colt for 900k just two seasons ago, with no bars up week 4. But he also came from an ABLB sire and eventing LB mare.
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Re: 3 EEE studs

Postby TeaTree Gully Estate » Mon Dec 19, 2016 8:08 pm

Thanks guys! :) I decided that I am going to keep them! but thank you both :)
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