Kingstar thank Breeders with a Breeder Bonus for Unite and Conquer

The team at Kingstar Farm have been overwhelmed with the positive response to their new recruit Unite and Conquer, so have taken the decision to reward breeders that support him this spring with a lucrative series of incentive bonuses.

A precocious juvenile stakes-winner by Hinchinbrook, Unite and Conquer owns a pedigree packed with Golden Slipper speed, a fact that has not gone unnoticed by broodmare owners.

Unite and Conquer combines the blood of champion speed influences Danehill and Snippets, tracing directly along his tail female line to blue hen Dark Jewel, the dam of Golden Slipper winning sire Baguette.

Other Golden Slipper winning sires in his pedigree are Flying Spur, Danzero, Marauding and Vain, who appears twice.

“Unite and Conquer has been on Kingstar Farm since early April and despite COVID restrictions, has been seen by many astute breeders who snapped up the opportunity to purchase a Breeding Right and support him. He is such a good type that he sells himself,” said Stud Manager Adam Cook.

“Over a quarter of Unite’s current book are stakes producers or stakes winning mares which is remarkable for a stallion under $10k.

β€œHe is certainly value and whilst Payment on Live Foal has definitely been a factor, it is his conformation that has sold most breeders. We want to thank those breeders and agents for taking the time to view and support him under the current restrictions.”

Given the warm reception Unite and Conquer has been afforded and the expectation for early success, Kingstar Farm owner Matthew Sandblom has elected to give a little back by coming up with a list of bonuses below that will be paid to the registered breeder of the winning first crop progeny.

Unite And Conquer Breeders Bonuses
$20k to the breeder of Unite And Conquer’s first Country winner
$25k to the breeder of Unite And Conquer’s first Provincial winner
$35k to the breeder of Unite And Conquer’s first City winner
$50k to the breeder of Unite And Conquer’s first Stakes winner

Mr Sandblom has a strong commitment to supporting smaller breeders and is cheering on their success.

“Unite won the first two year-old stakes race of the season (Maribyrnong Trial L) and added a second Stakes win before Christmas, we fully expect him to throw strong, early two year-old types like himself,” Adam Cook added.