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Rosshill Farm unveil fees for 2017

Gamut to stand at an unchanged price next year

Road To Riches: is a son of Rosshill Farm resident Gamut
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Eamonn Hogan's Rosshill Farm in County Galway has unveiled its fees for the 2017 breeding season with the roster headed by Gamut at an unchanged price of €3,000.

The 17-year-old son of Spectrum is best known as the sire of dual Grade 1 hero Road To Riches and the winners Damut, Jennys Melody and Bosman Rule.

Standing alongside Gamut at the operation will be Tau Ceti, a dual-purpose stallion who has supplied the winners Powerful Action, Josie's Dream and Ereka. He has had his fee reduced from €1,200 to €1,000 for 2017.

Completing the roster is Altruistic, whose first foals arrive next year, and will once again stand at an unchanged fee of €500.

Standing alongside Gamut at the operation will be Tau Ceti, a dual-purpose stallion
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