Oshkosh, WI, January 25, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Thoroughbred breeders can discover trends and insights into the top thoroughbred stallions from a value perspective, by reading a new blog series by WriteSocially, 2016 Thoroughbred Stallions at Stud
. The three part series takes a look at a number of new and established stallions at various stud fee price points. Examining pedigrees, race records and sire accomplishments, the series offers breeders valuable insights, even if they have already selected mates for their mares.
"Part of my service is education. Everyone has an opinion on their favorite sires, and I wanted to take into account some good choices at lower, middle and higher stud fee tiers," Lisa Santora, manager of WriteSocially, said.
Part 1 covers some of the lower mid-range stud fees, including insights into stallions such as Blame, The Factor and Tapizar. Part 2 will provide recommendations for Cairo Prince, Honor Code, Lea, and Liam's Map. Part 3 will feature an in-depth analysis of the recently deceased Scat Daddy, and top sire Curlin, who both stepped up from $35,000 to $100,000 stud fees for 2016. The insights into Scat Daddy focus on looking for his heir apparent and a review of his stud accomplishments.
WriteSocially builds online buzz for Tomorrow Bloodstock in New York, and their stallions, stakes-placed Clarke Lane (by Giant's Causeway), Tapit son Make Reservations, and Trickmeister (multiple stakes winning and graded stakes placed son of Proud Citizen). WriteSocially also serves two Florida thoroughbred farms with social media strategies, social media content development and campaign management services.
For more information on WriteSocially, its blog series, and free trial of its social media marketing services for the thoroughbred industry, please contact:
Lisa A. Santora