Dubawi

B 2002 15.3HH (1.60M)
By Dubai Millennium – Zomaradah (Deploy)
£225,000 Oct 1, Special Live Foal. Standing at Dalham Hall Stud, Newmarket
The fastest ever to sire 50 Group winners and has more Group winners than any other stallion at the same stage in their careers. Sire of 23 G1 winners so far. 15% Stakes winners and 10% Group winners from his first six crops makes him one of the world’s greatest stallions.

Pedigree

DUBAWI

DUBAI MILLENNIUM

SEEKING THE GOLD

MR PROSPECTOR

RAISE A NATIVE

GOLD DIGGER

CON GAME

BUCKPASSER

BROADWAY

COLORADO DANCER

SHAREEF DANCER

NORTHERN DANCER

SWEET ALLIANCE

FALL ASPEN

PRETENSE

CHANGE WATER

ZOMARADAH

DEPLOY

SHIRLEY HEIGHTS

MILL REEF

HARDIEMMA

SLIGHTLY DANGEROUS

ROBERTO

WHERE YOU LEAD

JAWAHER

DANCING BRAVE

LYPHARD

NAVAJO PRINCESS

HIGH TERN

HIGH LINE

SUNBITTERN

By DUBAI MILLENNIUM (1996) European Champion Miler, Queen Elizabeth II S (G1), Prix Jacques le Marois (G1), Dubai World Cup (G1), Prince of Wales’s S (G1). Sire of 56 foals, including DUBAWI, ECHO OF LIGHT, BELENUS, ANTIQUE, THOUSAND ISLANDS, OUDE, QUICKFIRE.

1st dam: ZOMARADAH by Deploy. 6 wins (10f-11f) at 3 and 4, Oaks d’Italia (G1), E P Taylor S (G2), Royal Whip S (G2), Premio Lydia Tesio (G2), 3rd Breeders’ Cup Filly And Mare Turf (G1). Dam of 10 foals, 6 to race, 5 winners:

DUBAWI (c Dubai Millennium) Classic winner, see Race record.

EMIRATES QUEEN (f Street Cry) Winner (10f-12f) at 3 and 4, Lancashire Oaks (G2), 2nd Lyric Fillies S, 3rd Prix de Pomone (G2).

PRINCESS NADA (f Barathea) 2 wins (8f-10f) at 3, Lord Weinstock Memorial S, 3rd Lancashire Oaks (G2). Dam of:

JORDAN PRINCESS (f Cape Cross) Aphrodite S, 2nd Princess Royal S, Pretty Polly S, 3rd Lillie Langtry S (G3).

QEWY (c Street Cry) Heritage S, 3rd Silver S.

Dubai Queen (f Kingmambo) Winner (8f) at 3, 2nd Sandringham H.

2nd dam: Jawaher by Dancing Brave. Placed at 3. Dam of 4 winners:

ZOMARADAH (f Deploy) Classic winner, see above.

3rd dam: HIGH TERN by High Line. 2 wins at 3. Dam of 9 winners:

HIGH-RISE (c High Estate) Champion three-year-old in Europe, Derby S (G1), 2nd King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Diamond S (G1). Sire.

4th dam: SUNBITTERN by Sea Hawk II. 3 wins at 2. Dam of 10 winners:

HIGH HAWK (f Shirley Heights) Premio Roma (G1). Dam of:

IN THE WINGS (c Sadler’s Wells) Breeders’ Cup Turf (G1). Sire.

HUNTING HAWK (c Sadler’s Wells) Prix Greffulhe (G2). Sire.

ARLETTE (f King Of Kings) 3 wins at 2 and 3. Dam of: ALEXANDROS (c Kingmambo) Prix de Cabourg (G3), 2nd Lockinge S (G1). Sire.

HIGH SPIRITED (f Shirley Heights) 2 wins at 3. Dam of:

LEGEND MAKER (f Sadler’s Wells) Prix de Royaumont (G3). Dam of: VIRGINIA WATERS (f Kingmambo) 1,000 Gns (G1). Grandam of: CHACHAMAIDEE (f Footstepsinthesand) Matron S (G1); J WONDER (f Footstepsinthesand) Oak Tree S (G3).

DEVIL’S IMP (f Cadeaux Genereux) Winner at 3. Dam of: MISS LUCIFER (f Noverre) Challenge S (G2). Grandam of: SHURUQ (f Elusive Quality) Al Maktoum Challenge Round 1 (G2), International Istanbul Trophy (G3), UAE Oaks (G3).

SERIEMA (f Petingo) Winner at 3. Dam of:

INFAMY (f Shirley Heights) International S (G1). Dam of: INNUENDO (f Caerleon) Orchid H (G2); MOON QUEEN (f Sadler’s Wells) Prix de Royallieu (G2). Grandam of: CRITICISM (f Machiavellian) La Prevoyante H (G2), 2nd Flower Bowl Invitational S (G1).

Conformation

Race record

Age Starts 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
Two 3 3 - - -
Three 5 2 1 1 -
Total 8 5 1 1 -

At 2

1st
National S (G1), 7f, Curragh, beating Democratic Deficit.
1st
Superlative S (G3), 7f, Newmarket, beating Wilko.
1st
Maiden race, 6f, Goodwood.

At 3

1st
Prix Jacques le Marois (G1), 8f, Deauville, beating Whipper, Valixir, Divine Proportions.
1st
Irish 2,000 Guineas (G1), 8f, Curragh, beating Oratorio, Democratic Deficit.
2nd
Queen Elizabeth II S (G1), 8f, Newmarket, to Starcraft, beating Rakti.
3rd
Derby S (G1), 12f, Epsom, to Motivator, Walk In The Park, beating Oratorio.

Timeform 129

Best progeny

Video footage

Taking on older horses for the first time, Dubawi beats a high-class field to add a third G1 victory to his record, following wins in the National Stakes at two and the Irish 2,000 Guineas earlier that season
Prix Jacques le Marois (G1), 8f, Deauville, 14 Aug 2005
Irish 2,000 Guineas (G1), 8f, Curragh, 21 May 2005
National S (G1), 7f, Curragh, 19 Sep 2004
Superlative S (G3), 7f, Newmarket, 08 Jul 2004
Maiden, 6f, Goodwood, 04 Jun 2004

News

GM Hopkins makes a perfect seasonal debut at Ascot

Dubawi’s son GM Hopkins, winner of last year’s Royal Hunt Cup at Ascot’s Royal meeting, made a successful return to the Berkshire cour

Raseed sweeps to victory in the G3 Prix Noailles at Chantilly

Dubawi has been enjoying a successful week on the racecourse, with Zarak (his son out of the great racemare Zarkava) retaining his unb


New Group winner for Dubawi with four-and-a-half-length G3 victory

Dubawi recorded a new Group winner in magnificent style on 16 April when his four-year-old son Dartmouth ran out the decisive winner o


Daughter of Dubawi lands the Listed Grand Prix-Aufgalopp

Dubawi, fresh after siring the impressive Dubai G1 winner Postponed on Saturday, sired a new Stakes winner in Germany when his four-ye


Son of Dubawi wins the Dubai Sheema Classic

Postponed added to his G1 tally on Saturday 26 March when he easily landed the Dubai Sheema Classic at Meydan.


Five G1 winners and a further six Group winners on one day for the Darley stallions – now responsible for almost a quarter of all G1 winners so far this year

Saturday 5 March was always going to provide a thrilling day of racing around the world, with three G1 contests in Australia before the action moved to Meydan’s Super Saturday where the best of the


Dubawi’s King George hero adds another Group victory to his record in impressive style

Postponed, a hugely talented and consistent son of Dubawi, recorded his fifth Black type win in tremendous fashion on 5 March as the f


G1-winning son of Dubawi storms to victory in the Nad Al Sheba Trophy at Meydan

Dubawi’s seasoned campaigner Sheikhzayedroad, last seen finishing a creditable third behind Cannock Chase in the G1 Canadian Internati


The Blue Eye storms to victory in the HH The Emir's Trophy

Dubawi reached a notable milestone on Saturday February 27 when his son The Blue Eye became his 100th individual Stakes win


Talented runner completes the Al Fahidi Fort-Zabeel Mile Double for the second year running

Safety Check, a five-year-old son of Dubawi, added a tenth career victory and fourth at G2 level to his record on 25 February, justify


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