I have seen horses by him with less training sell for more, although those horses did have some show experience, Afire Bey V's stud fee is $7500, but as they say you can't ride a horses pedigree.
I'm not near you but I have a lovely Eqynox+ daughter out of a Versace daughter for sale and she went to US Nationals as a Hunter Pleasure Maturity horse and did well for 60 days under saddle and I'm not expecting to get $7500 for her. She's got a show record as long as my arm and the economy is such that if I can get $3500-5000 I'll be pretty darn happy.
That's why I'm so adamant about not over paying for a horse, I don't care who she's by or what their stud fee is. Remember that NO ONE pays full price for a stud fee. You can advertise a stud fee of $7500 all day and all night but rarely will you get it. Everyone is asking for 50% off on stud fees, and getting it, the stallion owners are just **** happy to sell a breeding. I think some of these folks don't want to have to report that they aren't selling breedings so they jack the fee way high and say, "Well, with the economy people just can't afford to breed to him.". In reality, they just aren't going to pay that kind of money for breedings. NOTHING against Afire Bey V, I've kicked myself for a long time for not buying a breeding to him when he as still only $2500!