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Own a winner by Dunaden and be rewarded with Sheikh Fahad's special owner's premiums...


Sheikh Fahad is very keen that the pleasure he had from owning Dunaden is handed down to those who own Dunaden’s youngstock. So, the Dunaden Owner's Premiums have been designed to make owning one of his first-crop foals as rewarding as possible ~ in every sense.

It's a fantastic incentive to give serious consideration to his first crop at the 2017 yearling sales.

Dunaden was foaled in France where the famous owners' and breeders’ ‘primes’ reward connections of French-breds with vastly enhanced earning potential. Sheikh Fahad is following suit by offering the Dunaden Owner's Premiums: all two- and three-year-olds from Dunaden's first-crop will have their winning prize money in Britain and Ireland supplemented by 64%, paid for by Sheikh Fahad.

That premium goes to the owner, while the breeder wins an additional 15% of the owner’s total earnings. In addition, with +25!, Sheikh Fahad will award special one-off £25,000 prizes to breeders of all Stakes winners on the flat at two and three from Dunaden’s first crop after their horse’s first Stakes victory in Britain, Ireland or France.

For example, if Dunaden sires a first-crop two-year-old like Sheikh Fahad's 2014 Racing Post Trophy winner Elm Park ~ who netted £212,040 ~ the owner would earn a total of £346,799 with the Dunaden Premiums, while the breeder would get 15% on top, plus £25,000 for his first Stakes win: in all, £77,020.

Win the King George V Handicap at Royal Ascot and the owner’s prize, based on recent figures, goes up from £46,687 to £76,567, while the breeder takes an additional £11,485. Should you breed a Dunaden precocious enough to win the Chesham, the owner gets £56,355 while the breeder would be rewarded with a total of £33,453.

The prizes aren’t just there for the big races. Win a back-end Leopardstown maiden and the owner’s prize swells to €18,671, and the breeder gets €2,800. Or a Class 4 apprentices handicap at Epsom: £12,731 for the owner, £1,900 to the breeder. If you own and breed a Dunaden winner, you scoop all the premiums.