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New 'Happy Breeder' terms to give away breeding rights in Mustajeeb

An upfront payment of £10,000 buys two 2016 nominations, and is rewarded with a free nomination for both 2017 and 2018. Use all four and be given a free lifetime breeding right.

Overbury Stud's new stallion Mustajeeb is to be available at special terms which reward breeders for consistent support with a lifetime breeding right. Called 'Happy Breeder', an upfront payment of £10,000 qualifies participants to send two mares to Mustajeeb in 2016, earning them a free nomination in both 2017 and 2018; breeders who use all four nominations will be given a lifetime breeding right to use or sell, as they wish. The record-breaking Jersey Stakes winner, who is the fastest horse in the Galileo family, is also available for single nominations at £5,000 Oct 1, Special Live Foal.
Simon Sweeting, Overbury Stud's manager, said, 'Mustajeeb's new 'Happy Breeder' terms are a great way to give his biggest supporters a lasting stake in his future and make them genuine partners in his success – it calls on breeders to share the commitment of making him, but then grants them potentially lucrative long-term rewards. Versions of this sort of arrangement – from Spendthrift's Share The Upside to the Darley Club – are proving extremely popular, and with good reason; they can benefit both the stallion and the breeder, so long as the stallion is of sufficient quality to warrant such committed support. Mustajeeb is exactly the right sort of horse to appeal: precocious and fast, highly-rated, notably good-looking and with a stallion's pedigree.'
Mustajeeb's trainer, Dermot Weld, added, 'Mustajeeb was rated the best six- or seven-furlong horse of the last two seasons after only Muhaarar and Slade Power – he was a racehorse of the highest class.'
Among the stallion's most ardent supporters is Sheikh Hamdan Al Maktoum's Shadwell Stud, which retains ownership of Mustajeeb: they are sending him seven mares in his first season at stud.