09/30/2001 11:00PM

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Group 1 winner Agnes World, who became the first Japanese-trained horse to win in England when he captured Newmarket's July Cup last year for trainer Hideyuki Mori, will stand the 2002 northern hemisphere season at Sheikh Mohammed al Maktoum's Dalham Hall Stud in England. His fee will be 15,000 British pounds, or about $22,170. Agnes World (by Danzig-Mysteries, by

Seattle Slew), now 6, stood his first season this year at Japan's Shadai Farm and currently is standing the southern hemisphere season at Widden Stud in Australia.