Status Quo for The Oaks Stud Stallions in 2019

Media Release - Thursday May 2

Cambridge stud farm The Oaks Stud have left their stallion service fees unchangedheading into the 2019 breeding season.

Darci BrahmaThe farm's stallion roster is headed by five-time Group One winner Darci Brahma, who will stand for a fee of $15,000+gst.

The son of Danehill, who is Singapore's six-time Champion sire, has left 38 individual stakes winners, including nine individual Group Onewinners.

He will once again be joined by Roc de Cambes and Niagara who will both stand for an unchanged fee of $5,000+gst.

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