Boom First Season Sire PRIDE OF DUBAI Cracks $1m Barrier


Australia’s leading first crop sire PRIDE OF DUBAI continues to set the benchmarks in the First Season Sires Premiership and over the weekend he produced his 8th Individual 2yo Winner (7 Australia and 1 NZ) and as a result has smashed through the $1million in earnings barrier. The premiership leaders are:


Pride of Dubai        $1,000,122

Night of Thunder   $711,462

Spill the Beans        $675,909

Headwater               $482,770

I'm All the Talk       $465,540

With 10 weeks remaining in the 2019/20 racing season, Pride of Dubai has established an unassailable lead and the Coolmore Stud based stallion will be crowned Champion First Season Sire by Earnings.

The race is on in earnest for leading Australian First Crop Sire by Winners with Spill The Beans also having 8 winners and is technically in front of Pride of Dubai with 8 winners (7 in Australia) and Night Of Thunder 6 winners.

What has the market hot about Pride of Dubai is the fact that he is by Street Cry (Sire of Winx) so we anticipate his progeny will be far better as 3yo’s than they ever would be as 2yos.


Dynamic Syndications earlier this year anticipated that Pride Of Dubai could go on and be crowned Champion First Crop Sire and as a result their sales results would drive their value upwards. So, we went out to buy a well-bred colt by the sire and we achieved our result.

We purchased a sensational yearling colt by Pride of Dubai colt ex Vormista with Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott.

Our Colt at the spelling paddock

Our Colt in early training

Vormista was a top-class racehorse winning at Gr3 level and placing at Gr1 level in Melbourne and she is doing the job as a broodmare.


Add the class factor of Vormista to the obvious ability of Pride of Dubai to uplift is progeny, then we have an exciting racing opportunity with size, strength and class.

If you would like to own a colt by Australia’s Champion First Season Sire elect, then don’t miss out on this wonderful colt with the hottest performing stable.

Call and speak with ADAM WATT at our office on 02 9540 1511 or 0409 464 378 and have a chat.