NADEEM 2019/20


The 2018/19 season has once again highlighted Nadeem’s ability to sire a good horse. Even with limited representation, the son of Redoute’s Choice has five new stakes performers in the season under review.

Leading the way in 2018/19 have been his three-year-olds; head-lined by the Dunedin and Gore Guineas winner Air Max, the dual stakes placed filly Mohaka and the 2000 Guineas place getter Sir Nate.

Consistent Melbourne sprinter Princeton Spirit and the mare Tinkalicious are two other new black-type performers in 2019.

65% winners to runners
5.5% stakes winners to runners

In anyone’s language, 16 stakes winners and 65% winners to runners ratio are good figures but it’s his stakes winners to runners average of 5.5% that places him at the next level. The industry benchmark to be regarded as a serious getter of black-type winners is 5% and domestically there’s only a handful of stallions exceeding that figure.

Nadeem’s NZ results won’t have come as a surprise to enthusiasts who have followed the career of the Gr.1 winning 2YO son of Redoute’s Choice since he retired to stud in Australia. Included among his 16 stakes winners are Gr.1 Golden Shaheen and dual Hong Kong group winner Sterling City, international Gr.2 winners Mujaarib and Tajmeel and 2017 million dollar race winner Target In Sight.

An Australian and international siring record rivalled by only the top echelon of established New Zealand stallions

With an Australian and international siring record rivalled by only the top echelon of established New Zealand stallions, Nadeem has been a welcome addition to the domestic stallion ranks, particularly for discerning breeders looking to add black-type to their mares breeding record. At a 2019 service fee of $5,000 plus GST, Nadeem represents outstanding value.

NADEEM 2019 Service Fee: $5,000 + GST LFG

To discuss the mating of your mare with Nadeem
contact Sam Williams +64 (0) 274 853 400

History, tradition, family, good values and lots of fun. Also when we inspect an LA yearling we do so with confidence in the horses’ upbringing, soundness and temperament. It’s a theory that has worked well because with Dominic we’ve bought the likes of Redeem The Dream and the stakeswinner Sir Lovesalot

George Simon, Cambridge Racing Commentator