Coolmore Release European Fees for 2020
Tara Madgwick - Monday November 4

Coolmore have released service fees on their European flat sires for 2020 and while Galileo remains listed as private, their most expensive sire listed with a fee is now Scat Daddy’s high class son No Nay Never (USA), currently based in Australia for Coolmore at Jerry’s Plains.

No Nay Never stands at a fee of 150,000 eurosWith his oldest Australia progeny just turned two, No Nay Never stands here at a fee of $44,000, but at home in Ireland his fee has been increased from 100,000 to 150,000 euros.

Leading his success on the track this season has been outstanding sprinter Ten Sovereigns, who won the Group I Darley July Cup and he will join his sire at a fee of 25,000 euros.

Other newcomers this season Magna Grecia (Invincible Spirit and Calyx (Kingman) are both priced at 22,500 euros.

Camelot, who has three Melbourne Cup runners today in Hunting Horn, Downdraft and Latrobe, stands at a fee of 40,000 euros.

Coolmores sires past and present account for 11 of the 24 Melbourne Cup runners.

 



 

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