Hot Streak, who recently claimed his first Group winner through A Case Of You in the Anglesey Stakes at the Curragh, will be standing for the 2021 season in France.
The nine-year-old, who started his stallion career at Tweenhills, joins a growing roster at Normandy farm Haras d’Annebault in a partnership with Decamond Racing, the deal brokered by Federico Barberini.
Only a fortnight ago, Annebault recruited Arlington Million and Woodbine Mile winner Mondialiste, while it also has the likes of Spanish Moon and Waldpark on the books.
Hot Streak, an Irish-bred son of Iffraaj, landed the Cornwallis Stakes at two for Kevin Ryan and Qatar Racing, and then finished second to stablemate Astaire in the Middle Park.
The chestnut went on to land the Temple Stakes and take third in the King’s Stand Stakes at Royal Ascot.
From two crops of racing age, Hot Streak has supplied 27 winners around Europe, including last year’s Listed Prix Cavalassur scorer Flaming Princess. He was most recently standing for £5,000.