As Vinery Stud welcomes sire newcomer Hawaii Five Oh to its roster, the Hunter Valley breeding operation will keep service fees for its existing stallions at the same level as 2023.

Ole Kirk

“We believe our stallions are of a very high quality, while also representing fantastic value and give breeders the best possible chance on a return on their investment,” Vinery general manager Peter Orton said.

Hawaii Five Oh’s arrival will boost Vinery’s 2024 roster to seven stallions.

The recently retired Group 3-winning son of champion sire I Am Invincible will stand his first season at stud at $16,500 (incl GST).

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