Rosshill Farm unveil fees for 2017
Gamut to stand at an unchanged price next year
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.