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    Posted: 13 Aug 2017 at 1:51pm
Does anyone have figures on what the total income from stud farms across Australia is annually?
Also what the total sales figures at all sales are annually?

(obviously I'd accept reported sales as opposed to what is actually received.)


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Go to Stallions under Sales there is a list called Sale Leaders hit on the 2016 year Leading Vendors and then change the year to 2017.  The list is under averages and many of the studs are there a few times as partnerships etc but you get a clue.
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Oh forgot to say if you only want yearling results hit the Yearling sign at the top of the column.
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Do a search on the name of the stud and find the times it is there to give you a better clue.  Ie Widden is there twice with 72 under their name and 64 as agent.
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You can also do a search for years offerings.  You only get the first 1700 if you ask for two big a selection but at the top is a kind of summary.  So I'm a big confused as at the side it says 5407 yearlings at the top it says 4937 offered 4145 sold (the rest might be withdrawn?)  Average $,99,960.89  Total $414,337,900.

The 2016 search has 4866 yearlings 4414 offered 3798 sold $96,970.97 Average and  $368,395,750 total

The Search goes back to 1994 but that year would only have been some of the sales as only 1676 sold at an average of $30,866.65 and a total of $51,732,500.  9 individual G1 winners came from the sales for that year including Cheviot ($9,000), Kenbelle ($18,000),Gold Ace ($52,500), Lochrae ($85,000), Miss Margaret ($90,000), Shame ($120,000), Masked Party ($145,000),  Flying Spur ($160,000), Nothin' Leica Dane ($165,000) and a little filly who got named Shantha's Choice ($220,000) and became a pretty good dam!
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Thanks Furious that definitely gives me an idea of total sales.

As for total income for studs-I was actually trying to find a figure for service fees etc. Not sure if this is available anywhere. In other words trying to find how much money the stud industry turns over annually. Anyone have any clues as where to find this information?
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The Tax man would be the only person who knows that and even he probably does not know the full scale with all the under table deals and what not.

Are trying to work out what they could be contributing the racing industry ?




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Practically impossible I would have thought Kav.

What we can't quantify is the level of discounting against advertised stud fees, the extent of covers where no money changes hands due to stallion syndication, the numbers of in-house mares served, the percentage of free returns etc etc.
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Yes, I thought so Djebel and 2nd chances. Just thought the ATO or govt must have published some sort of figure for the reported turnover but I can't seem to find it.
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