Whitsbury Manor Stud have reached an agreement with Coolmore to stand Scat Daddy's group-winning son Sergei Prokofiev at the Hampshire operation in 2021.
Ed Harper, director of Whitsbury Manor Stud, said: "We're immensely excited to stand Sergei Prokofiev. His turn of foot in the Cornwallis Stakes at Newmarket really had to be seen to be believed, and his performance at Royal Ascot put him firmly alongside the season's best 2-year-olds.
"He's an imposing individual, typical of his sire Scat Daddy, with an exaggerated athletic walk and he will offer our clients an extremely commercial option for next season."
Bred by Anderson Farms in Ontario, Sergei Prokofiev joined the Coolmore fold when bought by M.V. Magnier for $1.1 million at the Keeneland September Yearling Sale in 2017. He duly repaid that hefty investment by developing into a high-class juvenile.
He lost out by a short head to subsequent group 1 winner Skitter Scatter on his debut, before he broke his maiden by 7 1/2 lengths next time.
That performance was followed by another wide-margin victory in the listed Coolmore War Command Rochestown Stakes, which he won by four lengths, before he finished a running-on third behind Calyx and Advertise in the Coventry Stakes (G2), having endured a less than smooth trip.
His finest hour came in the Newmarket Academy Godolphin Beacon Project Cornwallis Stakes (G3) at Newmarket, in which he displayed an abundance of speed and an irresistible turn of foot to sweep from last to first in a matter of strides. He won going away by a comfortable length and a quarter.
He added the listed Cork Stakes to his race record when he reappeared at 3.