To further explain, here is an example. In 2019, a mare owner breeds to a 2019 enrolled Super Sires stallion. The resulting foal from that breeding would be born in 2020. The 2020 foal, after nomination to the Super Sires program will be eligible to show in for 2019 Breeders Purse monies as a yearling in the Super Sires Breeders Purse events. In 2022, the foal will be a 2 year old and once again eligible to show for 2019 Breeders Purse monies in the 2-Year-Old Super Sires Breeders Purse events. In 2023, the foal will be a 3 year old and again eligible to show for 2019 Breeders Purse monies in the 3-Year-Old Super Sires Breeders Purse events.
Previous Year Breeders Purse Information
Beginning in the year 2019, 100% of the participating stallion enrollment fees are being distributed to participants in Super Sires Breeders Purse events for foals that are products of the corresponding Super Sires breeding year. This plan was created to protect and provide the monies promised to the mare owners that bred to a stallion in a specific year.
During the breeding years of 2015 thru 2018, 50% of the participating stallion enrollment fees was paid out directly in Super Sires events and 50% was reserved in Super Sires, LLC, bank account in Muncie, Indiana, as corresponding Breeders Purse schedules.
The reserved Breeders Purse schedules were maintained for a four (4) year period, beginning in 2015, and ending in 2018. This practice was to cover the payout addendum for resulting foals of corresponding breeding years in Super Sires events. These reserved funds ensured a Breeders Purse for foals of the corresponding breeding years, in the case his/her sire did not maintain Annual Enrollment status due to death or other circumstances.
Super Sires has Awarded
In cash and prizes
Paid out in 2021
to Non-Pros in 2021
to Open in 2021
Why Super Sires?
Integrity || Experience || Transparency || Passion for the Industry
Increase in Offspring Earnings
Return of Investment
Marketing Opportunites for Foals
Protected Investment (Purses based on Breeding Year)
As we are the program made by horsemen for horsemen we always enjoy and get excited on the success of our fellows horsemen Owners, Exhibitors and trainers. These are our latest results and you can view more by visiting our Results page
The mission of the Super Sires is to foster Non-Pro riders of all skill level in all competitions recognized by the National Snaffle Bit Association (NSBA) and to support the breeding of quality bloodlines. The Super Sires will showcase the offspring of this exclusive stallion program in competition for Non-Pro, Limited and Open riders as defined in the NSBA handbook. Significant cash and prizes shall be awarded with Stallion Position Enrollment funds allocated to the participants.