Justify fee announced with Mendelssohn also set to join Ashford Stud
Coolmore's American arm releases its fees for the 2019 season
Triple Crown winner Justify will stand for $150,000 during his first breeding season at Ashford Stud in Kentucky next year, Coolmore have announced.
Justify's stud fee was released on Sunday, along with fees for Ashford's stallion roster, with Mendelssohn, who finished second in last month's Travers Stakes, the only horse whose fee has not been determined.
Fellow Triple Crown winner American Pharoah, who swept the American Classics in 2015, will stand for $110,000 in 2019 at Ashford after he had a private fee in 2018.
Another new stallion on the Ashford roster is Mo Town at $12,500.
The son of Uncle Mo won the Grade 2 Remsen Stakes in 2016 and the Hollywood Derby a year later during his ten-race career.
Uncle Mo's fee will hold steady at $125,000 in 2019.
ASHFORD STUD FEES 2019
Air Force Blue $20,000
American Pharoah $110,000
Classic Empire $35,000
Competitive Edge $7,500
Declaration of War $25,000
Fusaichi Pegasus $7,500
Lookin At Lucky $17,500
Mo Town $12,500
Practical Joke $30,000
Tale of the Cat $25,000
Uncle Mo $125,000
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