Breeder Incentives

Breeders Win Money! Nominate your foals now, before Dec 31, 2016.
Any foal that was born this year or prior to this year
can be grandfathered into the program if they have not run yet.

The Arabian Racing Cup is excited to institute an incentive program that will reward the breeder of purebred Arabian racehorses. In order to be eligible to receive these funds, people must join (by paying into) the Cup programs. They must breed to a Cup-nominated stallion and then subsequently nominate the resulting foal by the Cup-nominated stallion. Nomination requirements of each program are listed below.

For more information, contact
Michelle Morgan, ARC Steward
mmorgan@ont.com
214-679-2026

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

Stallion Program Requirements

  • The stallion will be nominated by the Owner, Agent, or Lessee.
  • A stallion must be paid into the Cup program every year in order for foals born the following year to be eligible for the Foal Program.
  • A stallion must be nominated and paid in full the year the mare is bred to that stallion in order for resulting foal to be eligible for the Foal Program. The fee is $150.00 every year for each stallion.
  • Stallions from all over the world are eligible as long as they are recognized by the Arabian Horse Association.

In return for fees paid, every year Nominated Stallions will receive:

  • Advertising through all Cup Stallion ads.
  • Special recognition in the Arabian Finish Line Stallion Guide.
  • Because foals by Nominated Stallions would be eligible to earn additional money, this will encourage breeders to breed to a Cup Nominated Stallion.

Foal Program Requirements

  • In order to receive incentive funds, eligible foals must be fully nominated into the Incentive Program. Once nominated they will be eligible for their lifetime.
  • Foals will be nominated and paid for by the breeder. The breeder could be an owner, agent, or lessee, but the foal’s registration papers must have this person listed as the breeder.
  • Incentives will be paid to the breeder, no matter who owns the foal at time of running.
  • The Nomination Fee is $500.00 to be paid in over a three year period.
  • Weanling year - $50.00 due by December 31 of foaling year
  • Yearling year - $200.00 due by December 31 of yearling year
  • 2-year-old year - $250.00 due by December 31 of 2-year-old year.
  • This system will allow the breeder to evaluate the foal before making a complete commitment. It will also protect the breeder in situations where the foal is sold and will not run in the United States, sustains an injury and cannot race, etc.

NOTE: The mare must be bred to a Cup nominated stallion
in order for the resulting foal to be eligible for a breeder to receive incentive rewards.

INCENTIVE FUND PAYOUTS

A FULLY NOMINATED FOAL IS ELIGIBLE TO EARN BREEDERS’ INCENTIVE REWARDS FOR THE BREEDER OF RECORD IN ANY CUP-DESIGNATED BREEDERS’ INCENTIVE REWARD RACES HELD IN THE UNITED STATES THROUGHOUT ITS RACING CAREER.

Each year, the Arabian Racing Cup determines which races will be designated Breeders’ Incentive Reward races. The Reward funds will be dispersed on a percentage basis to the Breeder of Record of any fully nominated horses finishing first, second or third in these races. This money is paid out directly by the Arabian Racing Cup and is not part of the purse. Any money not paid out will be returned to the “pot” to be eligible for future races.

For more information, please contact Michelle Morgan, Cup Steward, at 214-679-2026 or mmorgan@ont.com.


FOUNDATION STALLIONS - 2016 NOMINATED SIRES

Current list of Foundation Sires. Want to add yours to the list? It's only $150- deadline is December 31!

Year Name
2016 Baseq Al Khalidiah
2016 Chndaka
2016 Crownn Royal
2016 DA Adios
2016 Doran SBFAR
2016 Favoritt
2016 Hilal Al Zaman
2016 Jolly By Golly
2016 Kaolino
Year Name
2016 NF Proof
2016 Nivour De Cardonne
2016 Our Machine
2016 Sadeem
2016 Sam Tiki
2016 Sand Blastt
2016 Sunny Rainbow
2016 Virgule Al Maury

 

 

Download information about the ARC Breeder Incentive Program and Nomination Forms.