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Galileo's St Leger-winning son Sixties Icon at Norman Court Stud

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Sixties Icon stud fee reduced by a quarter

SIXTIES ICON, who stands his third year at Norman Court Stud near Salisbury in 2011, has had his fee reduced by 25 per cent to £4,500 from £6,000.

Five foals from the first crop of Sixties Icon, the St Leger-winning son of Galileo and Oaks winner Love Divine are set to go through the ring at the Tattersalls December sale.

Standing alongside Sixties Icon is Winker Watson, whose fee has been trimmed from £3,500 to £3,000 for 2011.

Both stallions are offered with a free return in 2012 if the mating produces a filly. Imperial Dancer, who has stood at Norman Court for the past three seasons, has been sold to stand abroad in a deal brokered by Tina Dawson.

 

 

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