Signature Breeders' Incentives
RSS Feeds Monday, February 2, 2009

Dear Fellow Breeder,

We at Signature Stallions realize the amount of thought, hard work, time, and expense that Florida Breeders invest in the process of getting young horses to the sales ring and to the racetrack. For many of us, these are some of the most difficult economic times many of us have ever had to face. As breeders we will all be taking a long, hard look at where our mares will be bred in 2009. As an effort to alleviate a bit of the financial burden that is placed upon us as Breeders, we have implemented our own economic stimulus program for this season.

Signature Incentives

Not just the usual “Pay from Proceeds” agreement… 
Not just our “Multiple Mare Discounts”, two mares @ 10% off, three mares @ 25% off, or 4 mares @ 50% off…
Not just our “Special Consideration” for stakes winners or stakes producers…

Of course we’re doing all that. But we’re also doing much more.

For the 2009 season we are offering breeders a 60/40 Foal Share with a Stud Fee Cap for select mares. What that means is regardless of what your foal sells for; you will never pay more than the stud fee.
And, we will sell approved progeny of our stallions, or mares in foal to our stallions, in our consignments at OBS August or OBS October for expenses only. 
That’s right, absolutely NO consignor commissions. 
(We sold the $100,000 session topping Western Pride filly at OBS August 2008)

As an added note, our stallion’s books will be limited to 100 mares. So when you do go to the sales, you will not be lost in the herd. (And yes, that includes record setting, leading Freshman sire Chapel Royal).  We encourage you to book early.

Signature Stallions will continue to support our stallions, and our breeders. Please give us a call.

Signature Stallions - William C. Schettine
Contact: Bill Bazzell - 7100 NW 110th St., Reddick, FL, 32686
352/369-1900 - Fax: 352/369-4368
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