Montjeu’s five-time Group 1 winning son Fame And Glory will stand at Grange Stud at a fee of €5,000. Montjeu’s full-brother Gold Well who has made such a bright start to his career with his first runners joins the team at the Beeches, also at €5,000. New at the Beeches is Galileo’s Irish St. Leger winner Sans Frontieres at a fee of €2,500, while Yeats who will have his first 2-year-old runners in 2013 relocates to Castlehyde at a fee of €6,000.
Leading sires of 2011/12 Flemensfirth, Oscar and Milan stand at €10,000, €6,500 and €5,000 respectively. Westerner and Vinnie Roe have both enjoyed very promising starts to the season and will stand at €4,000 and €2,500. Scorpion whose first crop will turn four in the New Year will stand at €5,000, Getaway will be on €3,500 following his excellent foal sale results. Ask and Mahler will both stand at €2,500 while Mountain High will stand at €2,000.