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Northern hemisphere fee announced for Tivaci

  • Mon, 13 Nov 2017
  • Richard Edmunds
The English National Stud has announced Tivaci's introductory service fee.

The English National Stud has announced Tivaci's introductory service fee.

Group One-winning Waikato Stud stallion Tivaci will stand for a service fee of £8000 (NZ$15,200) in his first season shuttling to the National Stud in England.

The son of High Chaparral won the All Aged Stakes at Randwick in his final career start earlier this year, and there has been significant interest during his first season at Waikato Stud at an introductory fee of $20,000.

“Tivaci is a son of High Chaparral, and will be his only son at stud in Britain next year," National Stud manager Tim Lane told Racing Post.

“He was a seriously fast racehorse, and has been hugely popular this year in his first season at Waikato Stud.

“He backs up good looks with Group One sprinting form, and a pedigree that combines champions High Chaparral and Fastnet Rock.”