Having announced last week that Calyx and 2,000 Guineas hero Magna Grecia would shuttle to its base in Australia, Coolmore on Wednesday unveiled that they would stand at fees of A$17,600 (£9,257) and A$22,000 (£11,571).
They are joined on the roster by Group 1 winner Yes Yes Yes, whose retirement to Coolmore’s breeding shed was announced in February. He has been introduced at a fee of A$38,500 (£20,246).
Heading the list is the outstanding Fastnet Rock, sire of 34 performers at the highest level, and he will command a fee of A$165,000 (£86,776).
Breeders in Australia wishing to utilise the services of US Triple Crown winners American Pharoah and Justify will see they have been priced at A$55,000 (£28,925) and A$66,000 (£34,711).
Tom Magnier said: “The Coolmore roster for 2020 provides a great balance of proven sires, highly promising young sires and an assortment of international superstars that we believe are particularly well suited to the Australian breeding landscape.
“We have been delighted with how well the progeny of our stallions have performed on the track and in the sales ring this season, however we remain aware that these are challenging times for everyone. As such, we have priced our stallions with the view to offering value to breeders.
“Our three new sires – Calyx, Magna Grecia and Yes Yes Yes – are outstanding prospects who all demonstrated brilliant speed in their biggest wins and are very competitively priced. We are major players as both buyers and sellers in the Australian market, so we understand the importance of ‘type’ for commercial breeders.
“Importantly, each of our three new horses are outstanding physical specimens and we look forward to showing them to breeders in advance of the 2020 season.”