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Amadeus Wolf: the Middle Park Stakes winner is a son of Mozart

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Amadeus Wolf's first Australian fee announced

MIDDLE Park Stakes winner Amadeus Wolf, who it was reported last month would shuttle to Australia for the first time this year, has had his fee set at A$11,000 (£6,678, €7,695).

The son of Mozart, whose first European crop are yearlings, stands at the Irish National Stud at a fee of €8,000. He will fly out to Chatswood Stud in Victoria in the coming months.

He will be joined by fellow Irish National Stud resident Rakti, who made the trip to Chatswood Stud last year. Rakti has had his fee reduced by 17 per cent, from A$13,200 to A$11,000.

Argentine Grade 1 winner Masterpiece, who stood his first two seasons at Ealing Park in Victoria, moves to Chatswood in 2010 and will stand at A$7,700.

Two of Chatswood's other stallions have had their fees reduced: Niello is down by 20 per cent to A$8,800 and Primus is down by 14 per cent to A$6,600. Racer's Edge's fee has been left unalteredat A$3,300.





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