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Anne Peters
P.O. Box 3926
Midway, KY 40347
(859) 846 - 9794
pedgoddess
@yahoo.com

 


Rates


Please note that all prices listed here are in U. S. dollars. Domestic clients will have their reports sent via U. S. Mail (overnight delivery is available at extra charge).  Busy season is between October and February, so while I normally have a one week turn-around time on reports, during this period, the turn-around time may be longer. 

REPORTS:

Mare Mating                             $425  per mare for analysis of her pedigree and current year mating suggestions
  (discounts available for
    three or more mares)

Stallion Prospect                      $425 per horse for my opinion/evaluation of potential stallion prospects

Stallion Mating                         $750 per stallion for analysis of his pedigree and best potential bloodline crosses

Sale Catalog Scouting 
   charged by the book             $    2 x # of hips in book (example: 350 hips = $700)

Day Rate at sales or farms         $300 plus travel expenses (if necessary)
 

Appraisal                                 $150 per head to evaluate current market value

Individual/Existing Horse
Pedigree Evaluation                  $150 per head to evaluate potential aptitude, breeding value, and overall quality

 

OTHER SERVICES (prices negotiable):

Special Research Projects

On-site Evaluation at Farms or Sales

Speaking Engagements

Retainer

Purchase of Horses: If you ask me to act as an agent on your behalf in the purchase of a horse, there may be some paperwork involved. The sale companies require a notarized letter from you stating that I am authorized to sign for purchases on your behalf as your authorized agent. This paperwork needs to be in place before the sale, along with a letter of credit from your bank.

Arranging for a stallion season for your mare - If you ask me to book a stallion season for one of your mares there is no charge to you, but the stallion farm will probably be paying me a commission (usually 5% of the stud fee) as appreciation for me doing business with them and making sure the contract is fulfilled according to its terms. Please be aware that there is now paperwork required at many farms to ensure that you, as the mare owner, are aware of this commission. The farm may include the agency disclosure within the terms of the stallion season contract or it may be a separate document. I only get paid by the stallion farm when the stud fee is paid in full and on time.