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New Stud Fee Announced For Crazed

Published: March 25, 2015 9:33 pm ET

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Crazed's syndicate announced on Wednesday that the 2015 stud fee for the world champion has been changed to $2,500 for the 2015 breeding season. The new fee is retroactive for mares that have already been booked this year.

Crazed returned to his roots at New York’s Blue Chip Farms this season after a two year stint at Hanover Shoe Farms in Pennsylvania.

“The breeders who make up his syndicate understand the competitive nature of the stallion business,” said syndicate manager David Reid. “We made the stud fee change to simply help maximize the horse’s book, to give him every opportunity to continue on at siring high-level stakes winners.

“We think the new fee offers great value and should attract breeders who’d like to stay in New York and take advantage of the outstanding sire stakes program there,” Reid added. “To paraphrase Blue Chip's slogan, you can breed in New York and take on the world.”

Crazed’s first three crops have earned more than $7 million internationally and include New York Sire Stakes champions plus open and international stakes winners.

In addition to marquee trotters like 2014 season’s champion Tirade Hanover 4,1:51.1 ($640,890), Crazy About Pat 3,1:54 ($472,744) and Gural Hanover 3,1:53.3 ($423,763), Crazed is the sire of current sensation JL Cruze 4,1:52.1-’15 ($129,107), winner of seven of nine 2015 starts including finals of the Charles Singer Memorial and Super Bowl Series at the Meadowlands.

Those wishing to book or seeking more information should call Jean Brown at Blue Chip Farms at (845) 895-3930 or email [email protected].

(Crazed Syndicate)


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