Fusaichi Pegasus (by Mr. Prospector) will stand next year for $45,000. The stallion stood for $75,000 this year after standing for $150,000 in 2005 and $125,000 in 2006.
Van Nistelrooy, by Storm Cat, is the third-ranked freshman sire by progeny earnings (nearly $1.2 million) and leads the group by stakes winners, with six. His fee will rise from $7,500 to $25,000.
Scat Daddy, who was retired because of a slight tendon injury suffered in an unplaced effort in the May 5 Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands (gr. I), will stand his first season for $30,000. The 3-year-old son of Johannesburg retired with five wins from nine races and earnings of $1,334,300. He won this year's Florida Derby (gr. I) and Fountain of Youth Stakes (gr. I), and last year captured the Champagne (gr. I) and Sanford (gr. II) Stakes.
Giant's Causeway will stand in 2008 for $125,000. His fee this year was listed as private but he stood for $300,000 in 2006. The fee for Thunder Gulch dropped from $30,000 to $20,000.
Those stallions that saw no change in their fees are: Chapel Royal, $10,000; Grand Slam, $35,000; Johannesburg, $65,000; Royal Academy, $15,000; and Tale of the Cat , $37,500.
The others and their 2008 fees: Dehere, $17,500 ($20,000 in 2007); Lion Heart, $20,000 ($25,000); and Powerscourt, $7,500 ($10,000).
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