Coolmore Service Fees For 2017
Triple Crown champion American Pharoah wlil start his Australian study career on a fee of $66,000 at Coolmore Australia this spring.
Coolmore has announced its stallion fees for the 2017 season with former champion Australian sire Danehill's son Fastnet Rock is once again advertised as "private" but it's accepted that to get a mare to him will cost between $150,000 and $200,000.
Triple Crown winner and 2015 US Horse of the Year American Pharoah will shuttle to Australia for the first time.
The other new recruit on the 12-strong Coolmore roster is Air Force Blue, the champion 2YO of Europe in 2015 when he won the G1 Dewhurst Stakes, G1 National Stakes and G1 Phoenix Stakes.
He will stand at $16,500.
COOLMORE AUSTRALIA – 2017 SERVICE FEES
Adelaide (Galileo) - $11,000
Air Force Blue (War Front) - $16,500
American Pharoah (Pioneerof the Nile) - $66,000
Choisir (Danehill Dancer) - $29,700
Fastnet Rock (Danehill) – Private
No Nay Never (Scat Daddy) - $11,000
Pierro (Lonhro) - $49,500
Pride of Dubai (Street Cry) - $44,000
Rubick (Encosta de Lago) - $17,600
So You Think (High Chaparral) - $60,500
Starspangledbanner (Choisir) - $16,500
Vancouver (Medaglia d'Oro) - $49,500
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