Coolmore Announce 2019 Fees for Ashford Stud

Tara Madgwick - Monday September 24
Coolmore have announced fees for 2019 on their US roster at Ashford Stud which now features not one but two rare US Triple Crown winners.

New for this year is Scat Daddy's undefeated son Justify priced at $150,000, while American Pharoah, whose 37 offspring averaged $US466,757 at the recent Keeneland September Yearling Sale, is to stand at $110,000.

Champion 2YO and now leading sire Uncle Mo stands at $125,000, while the Australian bred Golden Slipper winner Vancouver is listed at $15,000.



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