Mondialiste is moving to Haras d'Annebault in Normandy for the 2021 season, with his fee still to be announced.
The dual grade 1 winner stood for three years at the late Geoff Turnbull and his wife Sandra's Elwick Stud near Hartlepool at a steady rate of £6,000. It is a joint venture between Haras d'Annebault and the Turnbull family, in a deal brokered by Jason Kelly and Richard Venn.
A winner of the Arlington Million XXXIV (G1T) in 2016 and 2015 Ricoh Woodbine Mile (G1T) for David O'Meara, having previously been trained in France, Mondialiste is a son of Galileo from a fine Wertheimer family.
His dam Occupandiste won the Prix de la Foret (G1) and the Prix Maurice de Gheest (G1) with the likes of Intello, Elnadim, Fort Wood, Hamas, Timber Country, and Dubai Millennium on the page.
Nick Turnbull said: "We are pleased to announce that Mondialiste will be standing at Haras d'Annebault for the 2021 season. His first two crops have been exceptional, producing athletic, well-balanced horses with fantastic temperaments.
"We are very excited to introduce him to the French market and to give French breeders the opportunity to send their mares to him. His pedigree is rich in Wertheimer history, a legacy we believe will continue through his progeny.
"We will continue to support him by sending 10 of our own mares to him in France and eagerly anticipate his first runners in 2021."