How Much Does American Pharoah’s Sperm Cost?

UPDATE Nov.

6: (2:46 p.m.) After winning the Breeder’s Cup Classic to become horse racing’s first Grand Slam champion, American Pharoah’s stud fee will be $200,000, which is tied for the second-highest fee in North America, according to The Courier-Journal.

How much is American Pharoah stud fee?

And he has been paid handsomely for it: American Pharoah’s fee is $200,000 for every healthy foal. You can do the math. More than $20 million is already due to Ashford Stud, the farm that bought his stud rights last year for an undisclosed amount. And he’s only about halfway through his first breeding season.

How much is Justify’s sperm worth?

Repole says that his horse’s super sperm makes the eight-year-old worth $100 million. Bloomberg breaks it down: Repole estimates his horse is now worth a cool $100 million.

How much is Seabiscuit worth?

In 1937, the Santa Anita Handicap, California’s most prestigious race, was worth over $125,000 ($2.3 million in 2010) to the winner; it was known colloquially as “The Hundred Grander.” In his first warm-up race at Santa Anita Park, Seabiscuit won easily.

How much did it cost to breed to Secretariat?

As the builder of Meadow Stud, he left behind hefty estate taxes. His family decided to pay the bill by selling Secretariat to a breeding syndicate that would assume ownership at the end of the horse’s racing days. The price tag was a then-record $6.08 million.