Dubawi and Frankel stud charges confirmed for 2023 season
Tremendous sire Frankel’s stud price is to rise to £275,000 subsequent season, whereas Dubawi’s is to rocket to a jaw-dropping £350,000.
The worth for Dubawi has elevated by £100,000 from his earlier price, which had been unchanged since 2017. Frankel’s has elevated £75,000 from 2022, when he coated 188 mares, and £100,000 from the earlier 4 seasons.
Dubawi, now 20, sired seven 2022 Group One winners, having himself received the Nationwide Stakes as a two-year-old, and the Irish 2,000 Guineas and Prix Jacques le Marois the next yr.
He stands at Dalham Corridor Stud, Newmarket, and is described by breeder Darley as “star sire of scorching younger sires”.
“Dubawi will stand at a price of £350,000 after a yr which even by his stellar requirements, has been really excellent,” a spokesman for the stud mentioned.
“Three Basic winners head up a private greatest tally of 43 black sort winners for Dubawi: he has sired seven Grade One winners this yr over distances starting from the six furlongs of the Platinum Jubilee to the 14 and a half of the St Leger.”
Frankel’s proprietor Juddmonte has introduced the 2023 nomination charges for its 5 European stallions, who stand at Banstead Manor Stud close to Newmarket.
“Following on from an distinctive 2021 season, we have now seen Frankel additional strengthen his repute as a world-class sire with 9 particular person Grade One winners thus far in 2022, greater than every other sire on this planet,” a Juddmonte spokesman mentioned.
Frankel, now 14, was unbeaten in his profession on the observe, educated by Sir Henry Cecil to win 14 races together with 9 Grade Ones.
Prior to now two years, the son of Galileo has sired 12 Grade One winners, of which 5 had been Classics, and 29 Group winners in whole.
“His progeny have frequently damaged new boundaries each on the observe and within the gross sales ring together with the winners of the Irish Derby, French Oaks, Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe and Dewhurst Stakes in 2022,” the Juddmonte spokesman mentioned. “He’s the sire of the 4 highest-priced yearlings at Tattersalls E book One headlined by the world’s highest-priced yearling offered in 2022 at 2.8m guineas. His new price displays his standing as one of many world’s elite stallions.
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