Coolmore Announce US Fees for 2021

Tara Madgwick - Friday October 23

Coolmore have announced their US fees for 2021 with reductions for many stallions including Triple Crown heroes American Pharoah and Justify, who are both covering mares in Australia this spring.

American Pharoah

American Pharoah, who sired his first Group I winner this year, will stand at $100,000, down from $175,000, while Justify will be priced at $125,000, down from $150,000.

Topping the roster is Uncle Mo, who has had a fee increase from $125,000 to $175,000. He is currently second on the North American General Sires List splitting Into Mischief and Tapit.


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“Our established sires have enjoyed great success on the racetrack this year, but in recognition of the challenging times we find ourselves in, we have reduced the fees of all of our sires yet to have runners with the one exception of Mendelssohn (half-brother to champion sire Into Mischief) who we have probably under-priced all along,” said Ashford’s Director of Sales Charlie O’Connor.

“We have three exciting new additions to our roster and we look forward to watching Echo Town and Maximum Security continue to show their brilliance on the racecourse before they retire.”

 


COOLMORE AMERICA FEES 2021 (all prices in US Dollars)

AIR FORCE BLUE - $10,000
AMERICAN PHAROAH - $100,000
CARAVAGGIO (NEW) - $25,000
CLASSIC EMPIRE - $17,500
COMPETITIVE EDGE - $5,000
CUPID - $5,000
ECHO TOWN (NEW) – TBA
JUSTIFY - $125,000
LOOKIN AT LUCKY - $20,000
MAXIMUM SECURITY – TBA
MENDELSSOHN - $35,000
MO TOWN - $7,500
MUNNINGS - $40,000
PRACTICAL JOKE - $22,500
TALE OF THE CAT - $12,500
UNCLE MO - $175,000


 

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