Yorton Farm releases 2017 covering fees
Clovis Du Berlais is a new addition to its roster
Yorton Farm in Powys, Wales, has released 2017 fees for its seven-strong roster.
Progeny of Blue Bresil, an 11-year-old son of Smadoun, have been running well this year with Ibis Du Rheu winning at the Cheltenham Festival in March and five-year-old son Le Prezien winning the Grade 2 Racing Post Arkle Trophy Trial at the Open Meeting.
Blue Bresil will stand at a fee of £3,500 in 2017.
Sulamani was responsible for this year's Grand National winner Rule The World, as well as St Leger and Hong Kong Vase winner Mastery on the Flat.
The half-brother to French Derby winner Dream Well will stand at a fee of £2,500.
Gentlewave, a son of Monsun, has had the Listed third Baguette Magique in France, and Pinkie Brown, winner of two novice chases this season.
Gentlewave will also stand at a fee of £2,500.
Universal, a dual Group 2 winning son of Dubawi, will remain at a fee of £2,500.
Pether's Moon, Dylan Thomas's only son at stud in Britain or Ireland, won the Coronation Cup as a five-year-old. He stands for a second-season fee of £2,250.
Yanworth has been flying the flag for his sire Norse Dancer. He returned from a break since finishing second in the Neptune Investment Management Novices' Hurdle to win the Grade 2 Coral Hurdle at Ascot.
Norse Dancer, a son of Halling, will stand at a fee of £2,250.
The youngest recruit to Yorton Farm is the five-year-old son of King's Theatre, Clovis Du Berlais, who was a winning hurdler and chaser for trainer Robert Collet in France.
His initial fee has been set at £2,250.