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Coolmore Stud publishes 2015 stud fees
on 04 November 2014
Five new boys in team of 28 stallions and four of the others are getting fee increases

Coolmore Stud has announced its stallion fees for 2015. The roster of 28 stallions includes five new recruits - Australia, Kingsbarns, No Nay Never, Ruler Of The World and War Command.

Dual Derby winner Australia has been put in at a fee of €50,000, double the fee of fellow Coolmore inmate Camelot. No Nay Never, a Royal Ascot and Prix Morny winner last year, will stand his first season at a fee of €20,000. The son of Scat Daddy (by Johannesburg) finished second in the Turf Sprint at the Breeders' Cup last weekend.

A nomination to the 2013 Epsom Derby winner Ruler Of The World will cost €15,000 and Kingsbarns, without a win since the 2012 Racing Post Trophy, stands at €6,000.

Starspangledbanner returns to the covering shed after a spell in Australia following fertility problems and gone from the list are Choisir, Danehill Dancer (retired), Declaration Of War (to Ashford), Duke Of Marmalade (sold to South Africa) and Peintre Celebre.

Of the 23 returning stallions listed, 10 maintain the same covering fee as this year, six move down and four go up. Galileo and Fastnet Rock remain 'private' while Starspangledbanner's fee of €25,000 compares with the fee of €15,000 he commanded when first retired ahead of the 2011 season.

Mastercraftsman's first crop of three-year-olds included classic winners The Grey Gatsby and Kingston Hill, and his fee goes up from €35,000 to €40,000.

Rip Van Winkle's first runners hit the track this year and included Group 1 winner Dick Whittington. His fee goes from €20,000 to €25,000.

Toast Of New York's gallant runner-up finish in the Breeders' Cup Classic gave a boost to his sire Thewayyouare, whose fee increases from €4,000 to €5,000.

Zoffany's first crop of yearlings sold well in recent weeks and his fee goes up from €7,500 to €12,500.

STALLION 2015 2014

ALFRED NOBEL €4,000 SAME

AUSTRALIA €50,000 NEW

CAMELOT €25,000 SAME

CANFORD CLIFFS €12,500 SAME

DYLAN THOMAS €5,000 €10,000

EXCELEBRATION €17,500 €20,000

FASTNET ROCK Private Private

FOOTSTEPSINTHESAND €10,000 SAME

GALILEO Private Private

HENRYTHENAVIGATOR €15,000 €25,000

HIGH CHAPARRAL €30,000 SAME

HOLY ROMAN EMPEROR €20,000 SAME

KINGSBARNS €6,000 NEW

MASTERCRAFTSMAN €40,000 €35,000

MOST IMPROVED €5,000 €6,000

NO NAY NEVER €20,000 NEW

POUR MOI €12,500 SAME

POWER €8,000 €10,000

REQUINTO €4,000 SAME

RIP VAN WINKLE €25,000 €20,000

ROCK OF GIBRALTAR €12,500 SAME

RULER OF THE WORLD €15,000 NEW

SO YOU THINK €12,500 €15,000

STARSPANGLEDBANNER €25,000 N/A

THEWAYYOUARE €5,000 €4,000

WAR COMMAND €15,000 NEW

YEATS €6,000 SAME

ZOFFANY €12,500 €7,500

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