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Sixties Icon: the St Leger winner is one of three stallions at Norman Court

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Dawson takes on Norman Court Stud role

TINA DAWSON has taken over responsibility for nomination sales at Norman Court Stud in Wiltshire for the coming breeding season.

Dawson, who left her post as commercial director of the National Stud in October last year, has recently been working at her family's business in Shropshire and assisting her trainer brother Mark Brisbourne.

Norman Court Stud stands three stallions: Group 1 winner Imperial Dancer, St Leger hero Sixties Icon, who stood his first season this year, and Winker Watson, who is a new addition to the roster for the 2010 breeding season.

Dawson said in a statement: "I am thrilled to be working with Norman Court Stud at such an exciting time.

"We are looking forward to Sixties Icon’s first foals, have precocious first-season stallion Winker Watson and proven sire Imperial Dancer.

"With such a quality roster and wonderful facilities I am sure we can look forwardto a successful season."





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