Shadwell Arabian Stallions 2017 roster

Posted on: 22nd Nov 2016

AL JAKBAR (AL SAKBE x ESSAADA) - sire of Group winners - stands at Shadwell Stud (UK) - (pic: Debbie Burt)

The official 2017 nomination fees for Shadwell Arabian Stallions have been announced by Shadwell.

AL JAKBAR has made an remarkable start in his stallion career having sired his first Group PA winners in 2016 from his first two crops with AGHSAAN at Newbury (UK) in June (ARO Cup, Group 3 PA) and JAMAAYIL at Toulouse (France) in October (French Arabian Breeders’ Challenge Sprint, Group 2 PA). His nomination fee for natural cover remains unchanged in 2017 at £500 (1st Jan SLF). In 2017, he will also be available for breeders using AI (with frozen semen) for the first time at the nomination fee of €800.

NO RISK AL MAURY has had his first runners in 2016 and they have exceeded expectations. So far, he has had winners in Morocco, USA, the UK and France, including the Group 3 PA winner AICHA DE MONLAU (Prix Razzia III, La Teste de Buch, France) and the Listed PA winner RISK DE RIOLAT (Prix Mansour Dahbi, Casablanca, Morocco). Some other promising progeny made their debut this year such as BARNAMAJ and DAISY DES VIALETTES, which finished respectively third in the French Arabian Breeders’ Challenge Group 2 PA for colts and gelding and fourth in the fillies’ equivalent. NO RISK AL MAURY’s fee will remain unchanged in 2017 at €1,500 (natural cover) and €2,000 (AI with frozen semen).

Triple Kahayla Classic winner MADJANI is proving popular again. In 2016, his son HANDASSA became his first Group 1 PA winner when he won the Al Maktoum Challenge Round III in March at Meydan Racecourse in record time. MADJANI’s progeny showed consistency and have won races in the UAE, the UK, USA, France, Morocco, Sweden, the Netherlands, Qatar, Turkey and Oman. His nomination fee will also remain at his mark of €1,500 (natural cover) and €2,000 (AI with frozen semen).

From limited opportunities, multiple Group 1 PA winner AL SAOUDI consistently produces performers worldwide. He continues his career at Haras de Saint Faust (France) at a fee of €500 (natural cover).

“It has always been Shadwell’s policy to set fees at a level which give all breeders the chance to breed from the best stallions. We continue to maintain this policy with our Arabian stallions. They have all had a very good season with their racing progeny and we are looking forward to a successful 2017 season.” commented Richard Lancaster, Shadwell’s Stud Director.

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