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So You Think given fee increase at Coolmore in New South Wales

Ten-time Group 1 winner has been in fine form this season

So You Think: son of High Chaparral had two Group 1 winners in the southern hemisphere this season
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So You Think has earned a fee increase at Coolmore's Australian base at Jerrys Plains in New South Wales after a fine season with his runners in the southern hemisphere.

The ten-time Group 1 winner by High Chaparral has supplied this season's Randwick Guineas hero Inference, New Zealand 1,000 Guineas scorer La Bella Diosa and Rosehill Guineas third So Si Bon.

So You Think's fee has been increased to A$60,500 (£36,500/€43,000) from A$49,500 (£30,000/€35,000).

Coolmore has reduced fees for Golden Slipper winners Pierro and Vancouver, both down to A$49,500 from A$66,000.

Pierro's first crop of two-year-olds has yielded the classy filly Tulip, winner of the Group 3 Magic Night Stakes and third in last month's Golden Slipper.

Vancouver stood his first season in Australia last year.

The fee for Coolmore Australia's multiple champion sire Fastnet Rock remains private.

As previously reported, US Triple Crown legend American Pharoah will shuttle to the operation for the first time and command a fee of A$66,000 (£40,000/€46,750).

Joining American Pharoah on the shuttle trip from Kentucky is Air Force Blue, the champion two-year-old colt in Europe in 2015. He will stand in Australia at a fee of A$16,500 (£9,900/€11,700).


Fastnet Rock Private
American Pharoah A$66,000
So You Think A$60,500
Pierro A$49,500
Vancouver A$49,500
Pride Of Dubai A$44,000
Choisir A$29,700
Rubick A$17,600
Air Force Blue A$16,500
Starspangledbanner A$16,500
Adelaide A$11,000
No Nay Never A$11,000


The fee for Coolmore Australia's multiple champion sire Fastnet Rock remains private
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