Kodiac to stand at career high of 50,000 in 2017

Mehmas: dual Group 2 winner will stand at a fee of €12,500 next year

PICTURE: Edward Whitaker (racingpost.com/photos) Kodiac to stand at career high of €50,000 in 2017
By Zoe Vicarage 2:31PM 8 NOV 2016

TALLY-HO STUD'S leading sire Kodiac is having his fee raised once again as he will stand the 2017 breeding season at €50,000, up from €45,000 this year.

The 15-year-old son of Danehill, who started his stallion career at a fee of just €5,000, is the sire of Group 1 heroine Tiggy Wiggy and Group 2 scorers Adaay and Ardad.

This year he has also been represented by Prince Of Lir, who won the Group 2 Norfolk Stakes at Royal Ascot.

The County Westmeath nursery has added two new recruits to its ranks recently in the shape of dual Group 2 hero Mehmas and Group 1-winning miler Vadamos. Mehmas's introductory fee has been set at €12,500 while Vadamos will stand at €10,000.

First-season sire Sir Prancealot has had his fee raised from €5,000 to €8,000, and Zebedee, the sire of Group 2 winner Ivawood, has had his fee reduced from €8,500 to €7,500.

Morpheus, a half-brother to Frankel whose oldest crops are foals, remains unchanged at €5,000 and Baltic King, the sire of Listed winners Baltic Knight, Eternity Star and Gracious John, will once again stand at a fee of €1,500.

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