LEXINGTON, Ky. - Lookin At Lucky will start his stud career with a $35,000 fee, and Giant&rsquo;s Causeway will drop in price from $100,000 to $85,000 in 2011, Ashford Stud announced Tuesday.\r\nAshford Stud is the North American division of Coolmore Stud.\r\nLookin At Lucky, 2009&rsquo;s juvenile champion, retired to Ashford last week. The Smart Strike 3-year-old will be one of two new horses at Ashford in 2001, the other being Munnings. That 4-year-old Speightstown colt will have a $12,500 fee in his initial season. He retired this year with three Grade 2 victories and multiple Grade 1 placings.\r\nAshford also will lower the stud fees for Grand Slam, who decreases from $17,500 to $15,000; Henrythenavigator, from $40,000 to $35,000; Majestic Warrior and Scat Daddy, from $15,000 to $10,000; and Van Nistelrooy, from $7,500 to $5,000.\r\nAshford&rsquo;s other sires will maintain their 2010 fees. They are Dunkirk, $10,000; Fusaichi Pegasus, $15,000; Tale of the Cat, $30,000; and Thunder Gulch, $10,000.\r\nAshford manager Dermot Ryan called 2010 &ldquo;a very exciting year&rdquo; for the Coolmore satellite facility. &ldquo;Our flag bearer Giant&rsquo;s Causeway, who was champion sire in 2009, is currently lying second with a shot at retaining his title, while Henrythenavigator led the first-crop sires at Keeneland November with a weanling average of $208,000,&rdquo; Ryan said.