Gainesway Farm announced a $12,500 fee for grade I winner Ten Most Wanted for the 2005 breeding season. The 4-year-old Deputy Commander colt, out of the Criminal Type mare Wanted Again, scored his key win in last year's Travers Stakes (gr. I) and earned a career total of $1,718,460."We believe this top-class racehorse has the potential to be a champion sire," said Antony Beck, Gainesway president.Trained by Wally Dollase, Ten Most Wanted also won the 2003 Super Derby (gr. II) and Illinois Derby (gr. II) and was second to Empire Maker in the Belmont Stakes (gr. I). This year, he won his final career start, the National Jockey Club Handicap (gr. III).Ten Most Wanted is owned by Gainesway, Dennis Narlinger (JMJ Racing). and J. Paul Reddam.