Justify trimmed to $100,000 as Coolmore announces American roster
Rising star Caravaggio's price is upped to $35,000
Coolmore America's Triple Crown hero Justify has had his fee slightly reduced for next year's covering season and will stand at $100,000.
The Ashford resident, whose first runners will hit the track in 2022, stood his first two seasons at $150,000 and was most recently priced at $125,000.
Justify's first yearlings have been coming to market and he had a notable result at the recent Tattersalls October Sale when a colt offered by Baroda Stud made 450,000gns.
The operation released fees for 15 residents and the most expensive was Uncle Mo, now a renowned sire of sires, who is also trimmed a little from $175,000 to $160,000.
Caravaggio, who switched from Ireland to America and has made a smart impact with his first two-year-olds headed by the Cheveley Park winner Tenebrism, is on the up. The leading British and Irish freshman on prize-money earned is raised from $25,000 to $35,000.
Ashford's other Triple Crown star American Pharoah, who now has three crops on the ground, drops again, and will be priced at $80,000 from $100,000.
Munnings, who was responsible for dual Royal Ascot runner-up and Grade 1 winner Kimari, sees his fee more than doubled from $40,000 to $85,000 while the beautfully-bred Breeders' Cup winner Mendelssohn remains consistent at $35,000.