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Papal Bull (nearside): the son of Montjeu will stand at €5,000 in 2011

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Daylami covering fee increased for 2011

DAYLAMI will command a €5,000 covering fee at Coolagown Stud in County Cork next season, up from €3,000 this year.

Having originally retired to the Aga Khan's Gilltown Stud in County Kildare, the son of Doyoun returned to Ireland this year after three seasons at Riethuiskrael Stud in South Africa.

Daylami has made a huge splash in the jumps sphere, as sire of Ebadiyan, Ebaziyan, Pigeon Island and Zaynar. He is also coming to the fore as a broodmare sire, with his daughters having produced Arcano, Keratiya and Summer Fete.

He covered 105 mares at Coolagown this year.

Elsewhere on the Coolagown roster, first-crop foal sire Papal Bull's fee remains unchanged at €5,000.

A foal by the son of Montjeu topped the Tattersalls Ireland November Breeders Flat Sale at €25,000 on November 14.

Fleetwood, whose progeny includes classy chaser The Sawyer, will stand at €2,000.

 

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