Coolmore Releases Fees for Calyx, Magna Grecia and Ten Sovereigns

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The fees for G2 Coventry S. victor Calyx (GB) (Kingman {GB}–Helleborine {GB}, by Obseratory), 2019 G1 2000 Guineas hero Magna Grecia (Ire) (Invincible Spirit {Ire}–Cabaret {Ire}, by Galileo {Ire}), and G1 Middle Park S. and G1 July Cup winner Ten Sovereigns (Ire) (No Nay Never–Seeking Solace {GB}, by Exceed And Excel {Aus}), were set at €22,500, €22,500 and €25,000, respectively, Coolmore Stud announced on Monday.

The rest of the Coolmore roster's fees were also released, with multiple champion sire Galileo (Ire) once again listed as private, while champion first-season sire No Nay Never, a very narrow second to Kingman (GB) on the second-crop sire list, sees his fee boosted up to €150,000. Proven reverse-shuttler Fastnet Rock (Aus) is at €60,000, while rising young sire Camelot (GB) and MG1SW Caravaggio are both at €40,000.

“We are delighted to welcome three very exciting new horses for the coming season,” said Coolmore Ireland's Director of Sales David O'Loughlin. “They're all high-class racehorses, all by proper sires and all at affordable fees. Calyx is the fastest son of Kingman, Magna Grecia is the only British Classic winner by Kingman's sire Invincible Spirit and Ten Sovereigns is the best son of our own young sire sensation No Nay Never. On the racecourse, Calyx defeated Advertise (GB) (Showcasing {GB}) in the Coventry, Magna Grecia bettered Phoenix of Spain (Ire) (Lope de Vega {Ire}) in the G1 Vertem Futurity at two and King of Change (GB) (Farhh {GB}) in the 2000 Guineas at three while Ten Sovereigns won the Middle Park at two and the July Cup at three defeating Advertise, both in very fast times. They're three very good-looking horses too, so I think they'll prove extremely popular.”

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