Yeomanstown Stud Announces Stallion Fees 2024


Yeomanstown Stud are delighted to announce the 2024 nomination fees for its four stallions standing at Morristown Lattin Stud.

Dark Angel – €60,000
Supremacy – €10,000
Invincible Army – €5,000
Shaman – €5,000

Yeomanstown Stud is pleased to announce its fees for the 2024 season. After another stellar year on the track, reaching the landmark 100 individual Stakes winners, Khaadem’s Gr.1 Royal Ascot victory and Art Power becoming his 15th individual Gr.1 winner bookending another tremendous year, Dark Angel will remain at €60,000. A proven source of precocity and speed, he was the leading sire of sprinters in 2023 and his yearlings averaged €94,444, with a high of 850,000gns for the full-sister to top-class juvenile Charyn.

Shaman will remain at a fee of €5,000 after his first yearlings were well received at the sales, averaging over four and a half times his fee with two colts making £80,000 at Tattersalls October Book 1 and the Goffs UK Premier Sale, a filly realising €85,000 at the Orby and another of his daughters selling for €75,000 at the Arqana August Yearling Sale. Purchasers included Wertheimer et Frere, Richard Ryan, Rabbah, Peter & Ross Doyle, Jean-Claude Rouget, Dwayne Woods, Richard Fahey, Blandford Bloodstock, Highflyer Bloodstock, Manor House Stables, Sean Grassick and Jack Channon.

Supremacy will also remain at a fee of €10,000 as we eagerly await the first foals by the Gr.1 Middle Park Stakes and Gr.1 Richmond Stakes winner being presented at the sales over the coming weeks. He has produced some excellent foals at Yeomanstown, with great strength and quality, and reports from breeders echo that he is really stamping his stock.

Invincible Army has made a promising start with his first crop hitting the track this year and recording 12 individual winners, including Stakes winner Kitty Rose, who is an exciting Classic prospect for next season with entries in both the Gr.1 Irish 1,000 Guineas and Gr.1 Irish Oaks. Multiple Group-winning sprinter Invincible Army improved each year that he raced and had his highest rating when retiring at four and we look forward to watching his progeny develop over the winter and return next season. He will stand for a fee of €5,000 in 2024.