Fee Increase for European Sire Sensation

Tara Madgwick - Friday November 20

The most successful European first crop sire in history, Tally Ho Stud’s Mehmas has had a big fee increase for 2021.

Mehmas

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The Group II winning son of Acclamation starter his career at a fee of 7,500 euros but will rise in 2021 to 25,000 euros after siring a record 47 individual winners from 100 runners to be Champion First Crop Sire for 2020.

His winners include 11 stakes horses, four of them stakes-winners headed by Group I winner Supremacy.

Tally Ho Stud is also home to Kodiac, another stallion that started from a modest fee to emerge as a serious Group I sire that stands next year at 65,000 euros.

 

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