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Bloodstock News: Terimon set for change of stud.

TERIMON, who famously finished runner-up to Nashwan in the 1989 Derby at 500-1, is moving from Barton Stud near Newmarket to Shade Oak Stud in Shropshire to stand as a jumps stallion from next season.

The 14-year-old son of Bustino, who is still owned by Lady Beaverbrook's executors, went on to prove that Epsom effort was no fluke, finishing second in the 1990 Coral-Eclipse and winning the 1991 Juddmonte International.

Peter Hockenhull, Shade Oak's manager, said: "Terimon's position in Newmarket was never ideal for National Hunt breeders. He's got some nice novice hurdlers coming through, and I

believe he'll do very well at his new home.

"We have not set his fee yet, but it won't change wildly from this year's pounds 1,500."
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Publication:The Racing Post (London, England)
Date:Aug 15, 2000
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